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August 07, 2010

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noelle clearwater

Okay, I thought of you and your moths today and here you have another beautiful one. So I am leaving this link for you because you may not believe this one actually exists. It is called a Hummingbird Moth and it looks like one!
http://pixdaus.com/single.php?id=256502&f=rs
xo
Noelle

gloria

These are interesting little creatures. Hummingbird Moth Noelle says. I have to go see that. I like the way you experiment with all types of art. Thanks Stephanie. Have a great Sunday.

rebecca

from your hand,
to my heart.
beauty.

Steph

Never seen such a wasp in real life...
Can't wait to see the shrine completed!

Dawn

Such an interesting post, I thoroughly enjoyed it. :)
Peace
Dawn

shibori girl

Your shrine looks intriguing - I'm looking forward to seeing the whole assemblage.

You are really lucky with your camera! That wasp is gorgeous. I seem to be in the throes of some sort of insect fetish these days - they are so interesting.

Kate

somepinkflowers

fortunate YOU
to have such moths and other creatures
but MOST OF ALL
to have this---->
"a young neighborhood insect specialist"


oooowww...
what i would give
for one
of those!


:-)


me?

i am still over here with my HUGE
grasshoppers
who are now MATING
in plain sight of everyone
in my front yard....


good grief!

Orly

Curious living things with curious names. This 'guy' is huge. We just found three wasp nests in our balcony, scary but gorgeous textured curiosities!
Summer is seeing its end soon and so the appearance of certain creatures.
XOXOrly

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