Friday, February 24, 2017

Moths without background checks

Moths are gold medalists at blending into the background, becoming part of the bark or the scenery. Only a hawkeye can spot a hawkmoth that's crossed over to the dark side:

  • Silhouetted in the glare of a yellow bulb outside your front door at night
  • Resting and snoozing secure in the perfection of its camouflaged attire
  • The crowd-sourcing paper moth project requires cutting away any background.
  • Suduko or crossword moths.

Photos of completed projects and works in progress © 2013-2017 Nancy L. Ruder with all rights reserved.

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