ANT WARS!

Think ants are only interested in crashing your summer picnic? When they’re not after our stray watermelon slices, it seems they’re busy in engaging in ant-to-ant combat. Alex Wild’s ant macro photography reveals the warring nature (and surprisingly frightening jaws) of these seemingly unassuming insects. His photos and their equally fascinating captions reveal fights over territory, conflicts between colonies and brutal take-downs that rival UFC brawls - all going on otherwise unnoticed at our feet. 

In the second in a series of articles, landscape photographer Erez Marom takes us through the process of getting his striking shot of Goðafoss - the ‘waterfall of the gods’ in Northern Iceland. As well as gear choices, Marom explains his compositional approach, and the software techniques that he used to get the final result. 

In the second in a series of articles, landscape photographer Erez Marom takes us through the process of getting his striking shot of Goðafoss - the ‘waterfall of the gods’ in Northern Iceland. As well as gear choices, Marom explains his compositional approach, and the software techniques that he used to get the final result. 

'UK-based photographer Steve Adams has a great skill for calling attention to very simple, everyday details within the natural world. In this series of work, he captures the mystifying elegance of a full moon as it rises against the surface of the Earth or hangs up high, a tiny circle in the sky.’ Read more at My Modern Met

'UK-based photographer Steve Adams has a great skill for calling attention to very simple, everyday details within the natural world. In this series of work, he captures the mystifying elegance of a full moon as it rises against the surface of the Earth or hangs up high, a tiny circle in the sky.’ Read more at My Modern Met

Amelia and the Animals by Robin Schwartz
"Robin’s daughter, Amelia displaying a comfort and special affinity with a wide variety of animals, companion animals and more exotic ones too. A body of work that describes a positive relationship between us and the non-human rather than the ubiquitous work that castigates ad nauseam the damage we are doing to our environment."

Amelia and the Animals by Robin Schwartz

"Robin’s daughter, Amelia displaying a comfort and special affinity with a wide variety of animals, companion animals and more exotic ones too. A body of work that describes a positive relationship between us and the non-human rather than the ubiquitous work that castigates ad nauseam the damage we are doing to our environment."