A skipper butterfly zooms past me, and makes a long solid flapping sound.
It circles, and finally perches on my leg, as if I am a flower plant.
It flies to my camera bag that have been placed on the ground, and is now its new target, a big black flower.
I try to wave it away, but it returns immediately, and swings its abdomen up and down like a pendulum, that never tells time, but I time: one, two, three, four and far more. That attracts my curiosity.
What on earth is it doing on my bag?
Then I discover some "liquids" are released onto my bag. They seep through the fabrics, and disappear.
Is the butterfly laying eggs on my bag?
A butterfly can lay as many as two hundreds eggs at one time. Am I going to see this number of caterpillars on my bag after a week?
No caterpillars please!! They are nice in pictures, but not as pets.
But when two hundreds of butterflies bloom like flowers, how magnificent it will be!
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