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Garden Marauder

The price one must expect to pay for having Butterfly guests in the garden.

Garden Marauder

The price one must expect to pay for having Butterfly guests in the garden.

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Wow... they look like cat's whiskers...
Ray: Yes...you are right about that, Larry!
> If only they were actually this big. Cool stripes & hairs.
Ray: If they were much bigger, Jacquelyn, we would have to fit a leash to them and strip-graze them along the garden borders.
  • Chris
  • Not Nowhere
  • 3 Dec 2017, 07:01
Yes...well he's got to eat
Ray: Indeed...and I try to be a good host...
Superbe chenille qui donnera certainement naissance à  un très beau papillon.
Ray: Oui ... et c'est donc la bienvenue pour grignoter quelques-unes de mes roses du désert, Martine.
The very hungry caterpillar
Ray: A fine kids' book, Bill...I suppose you are reading it daily to the grands?
What a colourful creature and hairy with it.
Ray: A real eye-grabber, Brian...munching away on my desert rose not far from our front steps.
Nibble, nibble, crunch, crunch!
Ray: They have huge appetites, Tom.
Yes - it's always give and take, isn't it! He's just beautiful, however... so at least looking at him is a joy - if you don't think of what he's doing to your plant! Excellent shot, Ray!
Ray: I do get a lot of enjoyment from observing these strangely beautiful critters, Elizabeth.

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