Emergence

EMERGENCE

The gradual beginning or coming forth

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11 thoughts on “Emergence

  1. Wow – stunning! I especially love how you can see what looks like a single thread holding the coccoon to the stem. Absolutely awesome to see. Thanks Bonnie. :)

  2. So beautiful…wonderful capture. I love how the detail provides for the strand of silk that is holding the chrysalis to the stalk….wonderful, Bonnie. :)

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