A leafcutter ant carries a small piece of leaf along a twig, only to discover that it will have to make a U-turn in order to reach the ant nest at the Frankfurt zoo, Feb.14.
Leafcutter ants go along their business at the Frankfurt zoo, Feb.14. Interestingly, they just don’t eat the leaves (something I believed in for a long time), but process them instead and use them as a substrate for cultivating a fungus which they eat . This requires a highly developed social structure.
Contrails dissolve in the morning sky over Frankfurt, Dec.3.
A red car is parked behind the structure glass of my bathroom window, Aug.21.
The ancient ceiling of the cathedral, July 9.
A woman takes a picture of a wall at a photo exhibition in a defunct railway workshop at the Rencontres d’Arles photo festival in Arles, southern France, July 2.