Japanese photographer Miki Asai is an incredibly talented macro photographer who accompanies ants as they explore a miniature world of stones, flowers and water – mostly within her own garden.
“I am always surprised when I look through the camera’s viewfinder to see things normally unseen,” she writes. “Through a macro lens, I am trying to show the beautiful world of the small.” When asked by 500px about her advice to those newly interested in macro photography, she said: “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.”
Today, beautiful macro shots of wildlife in the lens of Japanese photographer Miki Asai.
Hidden Macro World Captured by Japanese Photographer Miki Asai: