Thanks to Wired, which singled out this enticingly set of macro photographic shots by Singapore-based photographer Nicky Bay showing the gory details of creepy crawlies tucking in greedily onto other creepy crawlies, we will now have to look forward to getting a disturbed night’s rest interrupted by full-fledged nightmares of bugs eating bugs.
Frozen in a Bubble is a fun series by Washington-based photographer Angela Kelly, in which she takes unbelievable photos of frozen bubbles. Earlier this month, when the weather hit 9˚C to 12 ˚C, Angela and her 7-year old son went out to blow bubbles and take photos of the bubbles made from dish soap, karo syrup, and water. The bubbles would crystallize as soon as they floated in the air, making some of them come crashing to the ground and shattering on impact. The ones that survived the fall provided beautiful and awe-inspiring shots for the photographer.