In Your Face, Insect Photography by Shikhei Goh

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I never really care to look into the eyes of the pesky bugs flying me: the only relationship we would have is where my palm meets its face. However, the “macro addict” Shikhei Goh captured the intricate details of our tiny Earth neighbors in his “Insects in Your Face” series. This photographer turned the puny little pests into these alien like creatures just by how precisely he captured what we’re too big to see. I don’t think I could ever look at a fly the same way again.

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