Mosaic art probably goes unnoticed by an insect … unless it’s moving.


note: a mosquito and a leech are a pairasite.

double note: I hate being insected at work.


Today #225

I asked myself today, “What does water dissolve in?” … and then nothing much else got done.

9 responses to “Bugs

  1. Is that a real bug? What is it?
    It looks about 10 feet tall…

  2. I almost expect it to start singing “when you wish on a star”

  3. It looks like a long-horned beetle.

  4. What an amazing looking critter. I guess water dissolves in heat & becomes steam

  5. Thanks for the comments.

    Cynical Scribble: it was maybe 2 inches long. I just took the photo really close, but I was still a little scared.

    razzbuffnik: back from the blogging abyss I see! woohoo! I was getting ready to take a long distance shot of my girlfriend, when I saw this cool bug sitting on a sign behind me.

    iloveludwig: thanks for stopping by! … and for the beetle clarification.

    Tony McGurk: it was the best photo I took that hour. I just get sweaty in heat, but don’t turn into steam … I’m no water, I guess. hee hee!

  6. Cool bug. And you have the answer. Water dissolves in air!! Oh, oh, now what does air dissolve in? (There goes another day…)

  7. Very Sci-Fi! “Attack of the Insect Kingdom of Bunny!”

  8. Surely water must dissolve in salt. How else could we have grown the sea?

  9. Thanks for the comments.

    Donald Diddams: sometimes I come across a cool bug … and very rarely do I take an infocus picture of it.

    S. Le: Bugs Bunny/Bunny Bugs … it’s strange what a difference can make.

    Tooty Nolan: your reasoning is flawless. Mankinds greatest triumph was growing the oceans! hee hee!

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