Sometimes I photograph plants of the house, their minuscule life, expanding every day, every moment. Then I realize in their tiny shades, there are tiny creatures. What rules govern their world and their experience?
The other day I was thrilled, I managed to photograph, with a sharp focus, one of the tiniest ant species, measuring around 2mm only, while she wandered over my phone screen.
Out the window, swallows draw fast circles in the air, another scale, another world view, another experience, and yet another challenge to find the perfect focus.