Photo Story: Visiting Neighbours, the Last Moarch to Leave the Nursery


On 31 December I told you about the nursery of Mrs Monarch, and how eggs had transformed into caterpillars and from there into cocoons. Today we witnessed the last butterfly leaving the cradle and I thought I share the beauty with you. Again I realized how true the words of Michael Pokocky were:

we artists can only look in wonder

at what no mortal can design

On the first picture the empty cocoon in the swan plant looks a bit grey and dull maybe . But just imagine the beauty that came out of it. An incredibly beautiful Monarch born and ready to go for its own journey.

AMAZING!

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4 thoughts on “Photo Story: Visiting Neighbours, the Last Moarch to Leave the Nursery

  1. What a stunning photo John…just beautiful.

    Whenever people are afraid of change..I remind them of the Monarch….change can be long and messy but always a stunning outcome will arrive..trust!

    • Wow I had the whole process documented (see post of 31 December 2009) and never thought of it in this way. Thanks for this pointer as it offers a beautiful metaphor.

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