Where Ants Go to Die

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    The small hummingbird feeder attracts a constant stream of ants, many of which get trapped in the liquid. Maybe we should stop putting ant crack in the hummingbird feeder.

    Indy Charlie, catmey, bonnym E. Haus, and 8 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Burps Liberty 107 months ago | reply

      Can't say i condone the slaughter of those little working ants, but this photo almost justifies it. almost.

    2. LFico 107 months ago | reply

      Having been handed any number of smooshed, pinched, and otherwize maimed ants this past week .. I say .. Down with the Ants! Go Crickets!

    3. Indy Charlie 107 months ago | reply

      No one's slaughtering them! They're marching to their own deaths. Silly lemmings.

      The colours and shapes in this photo are so delicious. Great idea.

    4. It'sGreg 107 months ago | reply

      Thanks everybody. And Charlie, I really love your newest icon photo. It's impossible to see without smiling.

    5. Lorrie McClanahan 107 months ago | reply

      very strange sort of image depicting 'transition.' It's narrative, and pleasing visually despite the rather grim subject.

    6. Urban-Chill 107 months ago | reply

      how cool you have humming birds!
      great colours and great shot. Worth a few ant lives!

    7. mckait 107 months ago | reply

      it is the wish of all creatures to die happy, so... ? Looks like you are providing this service ~

    8. emdot 107 months ago | reply

      I think I would like your camera. :)

      I'm with Charlie... ants could stop if they wanted to....

    9. Zilal 106 months ago | reply

      Creepy colors.

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