Archives for December, 2008
There are days when I wish I hadn’t read Bill Bryson’s A Short History of Nearly Everything. Today is one of them.
Another year passes. The economy is in the toilet. Violence spreads in the middle east. In these trying times, one question must weigh on the minds of concerned citizens: “What’s happening in world of ant science?” Of course. Here are the myrmecological highlights of 2008:
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERjtH6MZcvY] Starring Jack Longino and filmed by Michael Branstetter. Mmmmm…..
My apologies for the lack of blogging the past few days. I’ve been taking some time away from posting for the holidays, but I’ll be back next week. In the meantime, here’s a Pasimachus ground beetle… photo details: Canon 100mm f2.8 macro lens on a Canon EOS 20D ISO 100, f/18, 1/250 sec, indirect strobe…
In an earlier post I listed my favorite insect images of the year taken by other photographers. Now it’s my turn. Here is the best of my own work over the last 12 months.