Bugs are little pieces of modern art wandering around inside and out. I think I already knew this, but I recently stopped to notice it. This weekend as I was picking harlequin bugs off of my miraculously surviving brussels sprout plants. The boyfriend found a cool-looking bug on the patio chairs, and I found a cluster of bug eggs. We watched (and tried not to aggravate) a pair of yellow jacket wasps. Eventually I was persuaded (I was on a mission to get those harlequin bugs!) to get out my camera and take some pictures.
June 23, 2012
Bugs are Art
I lead two lives - one as an artist and the other as a scientist. More and more I'm finding my two worlds colliding, and it's not the disaster you might expect. View all posts by micheletobias
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