Thursday, April 4, 2013

Holes of Stories

 

Everyday is new and exciting; we spend half of our waking hours producing  stories, and busy in other people's creation on the other half.

I found a beetle biting its stories into different sizes and shapes of holes in a leaf. We have imitated by burning pits and lands into a CD.

We pass on our stories. These are then facts, fictions, myths or legends, but those belong to a beetle are swallowed and owned only by itself; not recorded nor shared.

And we so keep bragging, as every day is new and exciting.

31 comments:

Giga said...


Beetle is the CD for yourself, no one will distribute :)

Laura. M said...

Every day is a new story:))
A good macro!. These insects here are called "sissies"
a hug.

TexWisGirl said...

just love it, rainfield!

George said...

That beetle has been very busy producing stories. I like your stories as well. Keep passing them along.

Diane AZ said...

Everyday is new and exciting as we never know what we're going to see, such as beautiful leaf art created by a storytelling beetle.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Every day is new and exciting and you remind us of that with your every post! I like the story the beetle is telling and I like the ones you tell!

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

What a wonderful shot. The little beetle is on a unique and amazing adventure. :)

Icy BC said...

Wow..great find, and the leaf looks like a music sheet to me..Yes, burn a CD, please!

Debbie said...

i LOVED this!! life is an adventure for sure....even if it has a few holes!!

Minoru Saito said...

Hi! This bettle looks like to eat the leaf thoroughly.
There is no accounting for taste.

Kalyan P said...

simply beautifully captured shot...lovely!

Magia da Inês said...

º° ❤♫°
Olá, amigo!

Bela foto!
O besouro tem mais sorte do que nós... pelo menos vive sem ser incomodado pelos outros besouros.
Bom fim de semana!

°º♡♡♫
°º♡ Beijinhos do Brasil
º° ♡ ❤♫° ·

Lrong Lim said...

Huh, very interesting pic... it got me for a moment...

Ratty said...

If only one day we could put this beetle's leaf into a machine like we do with a cd.

acreativeharbor.com said...

Wow! amazing photography ~ Happy Day to you ^_^

demie said...

wonderfully observed and photographed
wonderfully written

Frieda said...

What a fantastic picture and post around it.
(I will try my very best to be around more often again...)

betchai said...

gee, what fantastic pattern you have captured made by that beetle

EG CameraGirl said...

That beetle is an amazing artist.

Brita said...

Your lyrics are absolutely gorgeous. The picture with the red beetle on the "eaten" blade is stunning. So beautiful! / Brita

missing moments said...

Perfect words for that image!

Nancy Claeys said...

A busy beetle -- a glutton! :)

Linda said...

Lovely.

Sharkbytes said...

You take such great pictures all the time, and even so, that is one of your best. I love it!

de engineur said...

greedy bug!
he finished the whole leaf alone

Freya Renders said...

WoW there is nearly nothing left from that leave and still it's there. Fabulous capture.

Bananazஇ said...

Sorry beleaf its impossible to get the wHOLE stories from the beetle? Nice shot.

Kalyan P said...

simply beautifully captured shot ...lovely!

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

The beetle looks like it is having fun.

bailey-road.com said...

Beautifully written and photographed.

Harshi said...

What a beautiful leaf art and fine thoughts to go along. :)