where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
August 28, 2015 § 27 Comments
six legged jewels
Tagged: bedazzle, beetles, display case, entomology, insectarium, iridescent, jewels, Montreal Botanical Garden, parade, pattern, repetition
How can Man fail to appreciate the beauty of Nature: jewelled bedazzlement.
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Beautiful capture… 🙂
Thank you Sreejith
Living gems! Beautiful capture and delightful words.
This looks like gem stones!
What spectacular beauty nature brings us !
Wow! I’d like to know more about that photo 🙂
This was a display at the Insectarium in Montreal. They have a magnificent botanical garden too. Worth a visit.
Bedazzling bejeweled bugs…..
Love this to bits!
Great words and photo, really interesting too.
At first glance, I thought I was looking at various shades of glass. Lovely.
fantastic shot 🙂
Wow!!! I’m very tentative around insects…..unfortunately. This shot allows me to see in a different way.
They are gorgeous from a distance 🙂
I knew a young girl when I was in camp many, many years ago who collected butterflies….
Oh, my. How striking.
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