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Care to make a guess

Posted by janepa (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 23, 10 at 17:42

Be careful, they look sharp.


Does it like the water, does it float or ride a boat?
Does it prickle, does it tickle, can it pierce your ear or jab your nose?

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Can you use it to scrub your floors or brush the dog or the cat? Or wake someone up from a long winter nap?

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Or imagine seeing it through the eyes of a child
as she gets her first peak
at this cute little fellow
my husband found this week.

Oh my, what is it, did you take a guess, did you figure out that it might be a

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at his photogenic best?

My husband is really having fun with his Christmas present.

Thanks for letting us share our little friend.

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: Care to make a guess

Great photo!

I had NO idea what it was by looking at the first two macros.



RE: Care to make a guess

Thank you Kt.

My husband sees some interesting shots that I can overlook. When he first showed me the first & second views I had no idea what it was, either. I think the 'wooly caterpillars' wool we usually see has more of a dense look, but maybe it would look like this if seen in a very close-up photo. This one looks like it crawled through some of my garden clean-up.

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