Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Wordless Wednesday - November MCats Part 1









25 comments:

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

Oh my goodness! Are those ever the ripest looking caterpillars!?!

Karen said...

I think they are beautiful! Maybe not so much when they eat up good garden plants :-)

TexWisGirl said...

really pretty! glad you've got a good crop of them (and the lantana and plants to feed them!)

Lynn said...

oh my isn't he or she beautiful!!! nice shots!!

Saraheinä said...

Have to say it is beautiful! Monarch isn't it?

George said...

You've got another set of marvelous macros here. Very well done.

chana meddin said...

Lovely, just lovely! Especially the color of the flowers.

Nellie said...

They appear to really be munching down! Let us see what they become, if you are able.

Betsy Adams said...

Ah----gorgeous! Looks like you will have some fabulous butterflies sometime.
Hugs,
Betsy

YeamieWaffles said...

These are honestly the coolest looking caterpillars I think I've ever seen before in my life as weird as that sounds, like said above, they are going to be amazing butterflies at some point.

Katie said...

yay! you got back to it, and these are awesome shots! aren't those caterpillars gorgeous? : )

Vicki Lane said...

Beautiful shots! I love caterpillars.

Barbara Shallue said...

They are so cool!! I can't wait to see them transform!

Nancy Claeys said...

Funny to me to see that vibrant color in November -- hope they stick around for you to see them emerge. xo

Crystal Collier said...

You've made me anxious for an excuse to hang out and watch nature. Beautiful pictures. You slowed down my world for a couple minutes. Thank you!

Lynn Proctor said...

wow---you are so gifted---just lovely!

Alexandra said...

So beautiful. YOur photography is so clear, and patient. My children and I really enjoy what you gift us with. Thank you.

Deborah said...

Your shots . . . so good!

That color combo is fantastic isn't it?

Deborah said...

Your shots . . . so good!

That color combo is fantastic isn't it?

Mom of the Perpetually Grounded said...

Lovely! You really have a knack for the 'little' creatures : )

Margaret Benbow said...

Ms. A, I saw these on November 22
and was thinking of sadder transformations. So good to see the beginning of a natural and beautiful one.

Terri Buster said...

Beautiful colors- they seem to be happy little munchers!

Bossy Betty said...

These are so pretty!!

Mr Bouchard said...

I wonder what kind of butterfly this caterpillar will turn into!

troutbirder said...

Grown up now they're no doubt headed for the mountain in Mexico...;)