Sunday, June 03, 2012

Things to ponder

We nicknamed this cloud, the "Zipper Cloud", although it also looks like a skeletal backbone. (Dragon fossil?)

A little unnerving to find right over your back door. Still, it's amazing how wasps build their nests.

Sometimes words just can't describe the situation....

Missing something?

7 comments:

Shell Sherree said...

The can of sardines phoned. It wants its key back.

This is a fabulously serendipitous series, Ms M.

dive said...

Fabulously serendipitous indeed!
What mysterious delights.
There's a story in there somewhere, Ms.M.
Or perhaps a poem?

Ms M said...

Thanks, Shell. It could be "free the fish" when they find the key or "save the sardines" from another point of view.

And thank you, Dive. The photos do lend themselves to a story or a poem. I think Anon may be thinking about this....

Margaret said...

Well done. I especially like the zipper cloud.

Ms M said...

Thank you, Margaret. It was an especially fun post to put together. The "zipper cloud" was unusual; I wonder what its scientific name is?

altadenahiker said...

That wasp's nest is amazing!

Ms M said...

Karin: I thought it amazing, too. Had to get a closeup. It's incredible to think of how wasps and birds instinctively know how to build their nests. Also, how bees know how to build a hive.