as a biology student at Mount Allison.
with Ron Aiken. That's when I started
to really get into bugs," he says. "I wasn't
taking pictures then, we had to draw them.
But it made us really get into them and look
at them up close."
helps him in his photographic endeavours
in that he knows how different bugs will
behave and whether they are safe to pick up
rite bugs to shoot, but his award-winning
photograph happened by chance.
year-old toddler," Ganz says, as much like
a toddler, the bugs are not likely to sit still
for very long.
mantis and was holding it in his hand.
piece of grass," he says. "I was saying, `Don't
move, don't move.'"
now been immortalized in silver.
Ganz says they will likely sell out within the
next few months. He has kept several for
the mint presented to him.
thing just works," he says. "You fail a lot,
but when something clicks and it matches
the picture you had in your head, it's just a