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More Gross Pictures

MaddieLynn has been practicing the "bokeh" technique she learned from The Pioneer Woman Photography site.

I think she did an excellent job on these. (Click on each photo for close ups. God does AMAZING detail work!)

Those little suckers are bendy.

This would be my favorite if, you know, I had a favorite picture of a fat slug.

What do you think?

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  1. Cardamom says:

    Ew. I mean, pretty! They are beautiful, in a certain light. This also explains why I had one horn worm that looked different. It was a tobacco horn worm! Of course, I didn't look at it very long before I had one of the boys pluck it off and feed it to the fish!

  2. Really great pictures of a really interesting creature. That's what I think. :)

  3. This could be either a tobacco or tomato hornworm which is actually the caterpillar of the sphinx moth – a beautiful gray/brown/pink moth. It appears to be on a tomato stem that it has stripped of leaves. My German Shepherd loves to eat them and is great at sniffing them out on my tomato plants. I grew up on a tobacco farm in NC where they grew very large and fat before being chemically annihilated. They are actually gorgeous in color and pattern.