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Those Big Eyes You Have

This is not the sharpest image but I want to share anyway.

I like this one because you can see just how big this butterfly’s eyes are.

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A Miniature Martian

A Silver Spotter Skipper Caterpillar. This little guy will turn into a skipper butterfly.

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It’s This Way Dear

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Tightly Rolled

I cleaned out the weeds in the raised garden bed that was suppose to have cabbage in it but…. the worms, rodents or something ate them all down to the stem. So it became a great place for weeds to grow.

After I finished this particular area I find these two worms all nicely rolled up.

I have not been able to find out what types of caterpillars these are or what they will turn into… butterfly or moth. If you know please let me know.

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Wordless Wednesday 8/7/19

Cabbage White Butterfly

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Throwing Some Shade

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Balance – FOTD 6/24/19

“A well-developed sense of humor is the pole that adds balance to your step as you walk the tightrope of life.” By William A. Ward

 

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Love is like a Butterfly – Quote of the Day

“Love is like a butterfly: It goes where it pleases and it pleases wherever it goes.” ~Author Unknown

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70° and Counting

Today and tomorrow the weather folks think that we will have record-breaking temperatures for December.  Today it reached 70 and tomorrow it is expected to reach 72.

I am celebrating this warm weather by sharing some pictures from this past summer.

I know I should not celebrate all this potential record-breaking weather this winter because at some point we will pay the price.

rainbow

 

 

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WP PHOTO CHALLENGE: (EXTRA) ORDINARY

I believe that butterflies are extraordinary creatures.  They begin their life as a caterpillar, once they reach a certain weight and length they enclose themselves in a Pupa or Chrysalis.  Depending on the breed they can be in the pupa for a few days or as long as a winter season.

But when they finally emerge, it is the image of beauty and grace.

Ordinary?

Ordinary or Extraordinary?

Perhaps the butterfly is proof

that you can go through a great deal of

darkness and yet come out…..

Beautiful

by Unknown

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