Cloaking Device

Do you see it?
A branch of Pignut Hickory, well-rotted and clearly ready to rejoin the great pool of organic matter, had fallen from the tree in a trio of pieces. Remembering my discovery of a queen Bald-faced Hornet in a log a few years back, I looked over the spongy, riddled pieces of wood carefully. Voila, a Mourning Cloak, still seemingly in hibernation mode.

2 Responses to “Cloaking Device”

  1. 1 Charles McAlexander March 27, 2022 at 6:40 am

    A very impressive display of procesing visual information! even more impressive if it didn’t move or you didn’t see it fly in. I think it will be a very long time before some machine is able to maych your level of visual comprehension. I couldn’t find thr bug the first time, but got luckier a day later when I knew what I was looking for. Search image helps a lot.

  1. 1 Mourning Cloak | Backyard and Beyond Trackback on February 13, 2023 at 6:31 pm

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