… of the bark of an old, crumbling birch tree. This is an area about two inches across.
… at a friend’s house in Deerfield, New Hampshire.
… early this morning outside the front door of a friend’s home.
… well, no, of course. Bark.
… in a debarked log in the forest at my university.
… on a fallen log in the forest at my university.
… well, for an ant, anyway.
… in an altered-states kind of way.
… in the high desert of south-central Oregon, USA.
… on a downed log in the forest at my university.
This remains one of my favorite images, shot in a nature conservancy near where I live. I know more about image processing now (I hope), so I went back and had another go at it.
… well, actually, from the rear of a spittlebug, Google tells me.
… on Altair IV, I suppose.
… a flower on the grounds of Yerkes Observatory in Williams Bay, Wisconsin, USA.
… well, maybe not. But insects like them.
… in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, USA.
… along county Route 305 north of Austin, Nevada, USA.
… on a dune north of Winnemucca, Nevada.