Saturday, 19 August 2017

Transmogrification



In the the first photo he looks his creepy best. 

A few seconds later, transmogrification and he's a big bad beastie -  








11 comments:

  1. Good question Briony. I've no idea. Maybe somebody out there knows?

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  2. Can't help you with that Gwil, never seen anything so weird.

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    1. Me neither. Maybe "THEY" are already here.

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  3. All I can say is that I wouldn't want to meet it on a dark night (or a light one come to that)

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    1. Isn't nature wonderful - if it doesn't bite!

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  4. It may be that, from a drone, it is searching into its ancient background?
    __ Overwhelmingly silly, I know; and I apologise! Smiles! _m

    a crustation
    of ancient history
    searches its genes

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    1. Man's ancient ancestor
      Struggling
      into a pair of Levis.

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  5. The only suggestion I have is a moth caterpillar. They can be amazingly weird and wonderful but they don't usually have such long legs!

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    1. Thanks CT - I shall have a look at some moth caterpillars.

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  6. From one form to another, similar to us humans. Reveal to conceal. Greetings to you.

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