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One ant sits on a pebble, surveying his kingdom. Another perches on the edge of a lake, quietly reflecting a single drop of water bumps the surface. Elsewhere two ants appear to kiss - or are they fighting? Meanwhile a snail slowly slides past on the top of a petal. This is A Bug's Life, mixed with a dash of zen meditation, as photographer Lee Pei Ling's series of photographs - taken in her own garden in Malaysia - bring almost human characteristics to these tiny creatures, each measuring just millimeters in length.
Are they fighting, or kissing? The detailed lives of the creatures are almost invisible to the giant humans wandering around
A long task for the right shot: 'Usually each image will take about four hours to perfect. If I haven't got it by then I tend to give up'