archatlas: Nature’s Tiniest Architects Nicky Bay Nicky Bay is the master of capturing…
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Nature’s Tiniest Architects Nicky Bay
Nicky Bay is the master of capturing the exceptionally small, photographing insects typically passed over without acknowledgement or recognition. The Singapore-based photographer stays acutely aware of these tiny creatures, using macro photography to highlight each minuscule detail. While taking a closer look at the micro world found deep in the rainforest, Bay began to notice tiny structures built by his favorite subject. The bug buildings appear manmade—tiny log cabins, gates, tents, and fortresses blocking each insect from the world just beyond their carefully placed twigs and segments of silk.
You can see on his macro photography blog or follow his day-to-day macro photography on Facebook.
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