With gratitude for beauty and mystery
It's Thanksgiving week. What am I grateful for? For my good health, my family and friends. I'm grateful for the endless bounty of nature's beauty and mystery. I am thankful for my good fortune every time I discover and photograph yet another incredible insect. Some insects stand out as strikingly beautiful; many are fantastic in shape and appearance; still others are as mysterious in gesture and movement as they are in form. As I look over my pictures from this season, I find it overwhelming to behold so much beauty and wonder all at once. And being thankful starts all over again.
Leaf Beetle - Calligrapha species - Great Meadow NWLR, Concord, MA - 9/24/14
Green Lacewing - Chocorua, NH - 8/21/14
Crane Fly - Drumlin Farm, Lincoln, MA - 8/28/14
Green Stink Bug nymph - Great Meadow NWLR Concord, MA - 9/15/14
Pelicinid wasp, female - Chocorua, NH - 8/21/14
Grapeleaf Skeletonizer Moth - Halibut Point SP, Rockport, MA - 7/13/14
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