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camera: olympus E-620
lens: zuiko digital 25mm f/2.8
one of my favorite things about hiking is when i come across a strange structure deep in the woods and am left to wonder how and why and when
how: demons. why: demon portal. when: 5 pm demon time
it’s always 5pm demon time, somewhere
Nolid Moth Caterpillars
Nolidae is a family of moths with about 1,400 described species worldwide. Their caterpillars developed a very unique way of hiding from enemies. This species of caterpillar grows an enlarged, green coloured, section of abdomen which overlaps its actual head. It is thought this acts as a deterrent to birds by resembling unripe berries.
"You know what I could really go for? Some delicious berries!"
"Hey, I saw some crawling around on a leaf over there. Too bad they’re not ripe yet."
"Oh well. Too bad. Caterpillars might be a nice alternative."
"Sorry, haven’t seen any of those around."
The thought of a bird food item mimicking another bird food item (just not ready) seems very strange to me…
these snakes are prettier than most people
The last one looks positively chipper and glad to be alive
that first one was raw as fuck
Just a compilation of the Ukrainian part of my “Rituals” Series, taken in Itzki. You can see the full series on my Website.