A photo blog connecting life and the natural world in and beyond the garden.
The gradual beginning or coming forth
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. :)
What a neat capture!
Beautiful! The detail is amazing. A true wonder of nature you’ve captured there Bonnie!
Wow!!! I would love to be able to take photos like that. They are stunning.
What a womderful miracle you witnessed and captured!
Oh, how beautiful….
We went to a presentation at the Austin Butterfly Forum last week and learned that inside a late-stage caterpillar a set of wings is already developing. The wings aren’t formed from scratch inside the pupa. As the speaker said: Caterpillars have wings.
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. :)
What a beautiful miracle to have witnessed! Such a treat! :)
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