Japanese photographer Miki Asai takes this amazing images of small things.
From the photographer:
“As I was looking through the viewfinder, I noticed there were beautiful raindrops and a tiny ant walking through the frame.
I might not have even seen it if I wasn’t using a macro lens. So I thought to myself—how can I shoot these things more beautifully?
I learned that when it comes to living things—if you want to achieve the shot that’s in your head—patience is really the only way. I’ve been asked by others how I control ants, but humans shouldn’t be able to control them. You’ve got to use a tripod, an appropriate shutter speed and depth of field, then rely on your own passion and patience.