It’s a Small World Updated on December 15th, 2016 Follow 1001Gardens Photographer Nordin Seruyan captures these macro photographs of insects hanging out with each other. Tags: Animal, Miniature, Photography 894 Shares Pin403 Share454 Tweet +137 Email Related Posts Diy: Recycled Garden Dresser February 26, 2014 The Babylon Urban Garden Made Out of Bamboo June 12, 2015 Wheelbarrow Planting June 12, 2013 7 Comments Les bijoux d'ElizZzm Ça me fait penser à une autre forme de coescargotage ! ;) Reply Norman Foster They look like models for a animated movie. Reply Martine Joly Du covoiturage. Prenons exemple sur la nature. Reply Silvia Liliana Pellegrino Este caracol debe cobrar el viaje!!!!! Reply Leonie Maia unfortunately a lot of these kinds of photos use dead and frozen insects,even frozen or stuffed lizards. which is ok if you say thats what you are doing but not if you represent yourself as a nature photographer. if you look at the photostream you will see many instances of insects behaving in ways that are just not possible (to my mind). there have been some, particularly with frogs, exposed as totally staged, the dead frogs are hung on fine wire in various poses and the wire photoshopped out but you can draw pencil lines under arms and toes to see how they did it. I wouldnt be sharing these. Reply Armin Köhler Exact! This world is small… and cruel :/ Reply Magali BC Photo que j’avais faite à l’Ile Maurice ? ReplyAdd Comment Cancel reply Yes, add me to your mailing list.