An Insect View

Image courtesy of Maggie at LiftingTheWeight.com

Image courtesy of Maggie at LiftingTheWeight.com

“Nature will bear the closest inspection. She invites us to lay our eye level with her smallest leaf, and take an insect view of its plain.”

~ Henry David Thoreau

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2 comments
  1. w said:

    What is the beautiful picture of today? I hadn’t read the quote until just now, but today I did just what it is talking about. While turning over the spot for our pole beans, I uncovered a bright yellow spider. Have never seen one like it. The back was about twice the size of the rest of the spider and it had a pattern of barely visible dots on its back, sort of like holes in crackers. I looked at it a long time, then put it back in the dirt and it went on its way.

    • The photo is of the tree next to my deck. The mature leaves are green, but the smaller, newer ones are yellow with a reddish tinge. Very pretty. I’m glad I didn’t see your spider. Remind me to stay away from your pole beans.

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