rose and grasshopper* (decay)

think of it as an exit strategy.

*please see comments for correct identification of aforementioned insect.


2 Responses to “rose and grasshopper* (decay)”

  1. September 14, 2012 at 7:11 am

    Love this!

    [And now for unsolicited entomology hour – not a grasshopper, but a katydid. The easy way to tell, grasshoppers have short, stubby antennae, while katydids have antennae as long or longer than their bodies. Just me being a pedantic asshole. Please forgive. ]

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