Blog Posts - Moth



An almost week, in days

Almost a week and and more running in circles than running around:Last Wednesday was a good day for George's clinic because I didn't have to go to Boston for the light therapy so I could stay longer. After the nearly three hours of fun, some of us di...

The latest and not always greatest in the garden

Some observations from out in the garden: This white bee balm is the only one to have survived last winter and while it is nice to see it blooming, it honestly doesn’t do much for me and the powdery mildew is real bad, worse than with all of th...
by An Obessive Neurotic Gardener on Jul 13, 2016

Empires of Moth by Daniel Arenson

Empires of Moth by Daniel Arenson – Fantasy stories are the result of imagination seseorag essay. Fantasy is associated with fantasy or with something that does not really exist, and exist only in the mind or..
by Best Novel Review on Jun 6, 2016

Grapevine Epimenis Psychomorpha epimenis Drury - VT Photos

"Yes it is a very pretty earliest spring-time flier:Psychomorpha epidermis, the grapevine epidermis.Where and when?  I've only seen it twice in mylife, it is reported as uncommon. It is a moth."~Don MillerThank You Don for the ID! I Photogr...
by litterwithastorytotell on May 18, 2016

Vermont Moth - Grapevine Epimenis Psychomorpha epimenis Drury Photos

"Yes it is a very pretty earliest spring-time flier:Psychomorpha epidermis, the grapevine epidermis.Where and when?  I've only seen it twice in mylife, it is reported as uncommon. It is a moth."~Don MillerThank You Don for the ID! I Photogr...
by litterwithastorytotell on May 18, 2016

Improve your day with a bit of beauty from Etsy.

When I'm not feeling my particular best, I find window-shopping at Etsy often cheers me up. I make a point of strolling through categories of things I couldn't make myself, let alone dream of. If I wander through jewelry, which I make, there's a big...
by Pretty Things on Mar 21, 2016

Weird Animal Monday: Hummingbird Hawk-Moth

If you haven’t seen this type of moth is probably because you don’t live anywhere between Portugal and Japan. Although it resembles a common humming bird, it is not related to it of course. It has a long proboscis and it hovers just like...
by Fernando's Life on Dec 7, 2015

Good news 'bad news'

Regarding the bad news in the headline, I put it in quotes because it is not really bad. Since I have reported actual bad news in the past, I thought I should begin with that caveat.First, for the good news:#1. I had a great day Thursday in my first...

Guest post: Emily’s favourite books

Hello! My name is Emily and I’m the new co-author of wonderfullybookish! As my introductory post on this blog, I thought I’d start by telling you about my favourite books. I’m interested in a lot of different genres, from kids’...
by wonderfullybookish on Oct 20, 2015

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by viralpx on Aug 30, 2015

Massive Metal Monday: The Atlas Moth “The Sea Beyond”

There must be something in the water in Chicago that is causing it to be America's new heavy metal capital. The list of insanely great bands hailing from the windy city is as long as your arm, and growing seemingly by the minute. At the forefront of...
by Geeks of Doom on Aug 17, 2015

Hummingbird Moth in Flight

Fresh air is as good for the mind as for the body. Nature always seems trying to talk to us as if she had some great secret to tell. And so she has. - John Lubbock...
by A Little Piece of Me on Jul 13, 2015

Undersea Camouflage: Do You See It?

Eleventh edition of Marine Life monthly post. This month I published earlier than its regular date, the 19th, due to my travel schedule. It aims to share information on specific […]...
by indahs travel photography on Jun 18, 2015

Matki Usal Recipe

Matki Usal is a very common, vegan and healthy Maharashtrian dry curry (sabzi) made using sprouted matki.  Matki is a brown color legume also known as Mat or Moth or dew beans. You can serve this Usal with Chapati (Whole Wheat Indian F...
by ShwetaintheKitchen on Jun 10, 2015

Hairy Caterpillar - Ruby Tiger Moth - Nature Notes

When I spotted this hairy chap I did not touch! Any ideas of what he will turn in to? I have yet to find out in the searches I have done so your knowledge is welcome.Update May 9th with many thanks to Michelle of Rambling Woods for identify...

Mohsin Hamid, changing Pakistan's Image

Written By: Ahsen MalikClick here for the original postIn a time when Pakistan’s image is associated with illiteracy, poverty and terrorism, one cannot thank enough for writers like Mohsin Hamid. There is no doubt that he has changed the image of P...
by Finding Neverland on Apr 21, 2015

World’s Weirdest Moths

  Butterflies and moths belong to the order Lepidoptera, which is derived from the Greek words for "scaled wing." There are over 180,000 species in this order, only about 10 percent, however, are butterflies - the rest are moths. The first primitiv...
by Despadani.com on Nov 26, 2014

How to Photograph Moths

How to Photograph Moths When it comes to macro photography, as regular readers of my blog (or my old blog Mothin’ in the Garden) will know one of my favourite subjects to photograph are moths. There are unbelievable amounts of moth species in the...
by Views From An Urban Lake on Oct 2, 2014

How to Trap Moths

How to Trap Moths Moth trapping is a hobby that anyone can do in their back garden, it is an amazing way of getting close to nature in your own back yard (and I would almost guarantee you have no idea how many species of moth you could find in your...
by Views From An Urban Lake on Sep 29, 2014

Mag 236 — Moth at Mindfulness Camp

Buncha meditators, Buddhists, and free spirits, we walked in the sand, danced in waves, sang fireside,worked side by sidein happy labor, sat side by sidein locked silence needing no keybut that of returning to our breath, to that one moment, the only...
by Writerquake on Sep 9, 2014


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