As bloggers, I believe most of us are quite structured in our daily approach to writing; at least we try to be.
The weekly photo challenge asks us to share images that show Structure of something typically overlooked.
This past summer, as I enjoyed a day on the beach where we windsurf, I had the chance to photograph something amazing! In the wooded area less than a foot behind our beach chairs, a dragonfly nymph found a safe place to shed its exoskeleton and enter into adulthood.
“When the nymph is finally ready for adulthood, it crawls out of the water onto a rock or plant stem and molts one last time. It takes up to an hour for the adult to expand its body.” Source: 10 Fascinating Facts About Dragonflies
Even in the strong breeze, this smart little fellow stuck like glue onto the log as he emerged…
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