True stories of a small flock of remarkable individuals -- and other critters.



Saturday, June 4, 2011

farsighted


A moth died on the window screen,


wings spread to shield her eggs.

Bright green pearls turned to red and
the cycle continued.
Immense energy

in a tiny package

on a big adventure.

19 comments:

  1. What a wonderful post! Great photos, have never seen a moth's eggs before, just a couple of butterflies' (monarch and swallowtail), which they lay spread out, so very interesting to see these all in a bunch.

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  2. Thanks again for sharing the little things and the big things in your life with us!

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  3. Whoa - such a pretty green :) Never seen that before

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  4. I love the new look of your blog!

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  5. How interesting...never looked that close before. Now I know what I've been missing!!! Hope you have a wonderful Sunday...
    Maura :)

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  6. Wonderful photos! Great camera! You are a fantastic storyteller!!

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  7. Cute, that is quite profound and philosophical for my Sunday Morning! Thanks for sharing :)

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  8. now that's way too cool...Mother Nature at her best!

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  9. you poet you!
    love this.
    sue

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  10. lovely
    and the tornado story had me on the edge of my seat!!!!!

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  11. This post reminds me in a queer way of the movie, The Cave Of Forgotten Dreams, that I saw today. We are all tiny things on a big adventure!

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  12. I missed this yesterday, and I just love how you've photographed the beauty in such a small fragile life!

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  13. I adore your respect for life! You have a wonderful ability to put yourself in the tiniest of shoes!

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  14. Beautiful post! I'm thoroughly hooked on your blog!

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