t COW: Actually, the "scratches" on the eye are just a reflection of my eyelashes. I cut it out like that so that I could stick it in a dramatic eye zoom-in Naruto page as a joke. I've been planning to take a nicer eye picture, but it's a little difficult and my camera isn't the greatest.
The third picture always gets people. I had a clear plastic cup of ice water sitting out one day, so I took a needle and dipped it in paint and started coloring the little droplets on the sides of the glass.
t Zulen: I live in the exotic land of central Pennsylvania, and I am far from professional. I do hope to get a better camera as a birthday gift in July because mine kind of sucks. Everything in those photos, I had to be less than a centimeter away from what I was taking a picture of. And with the exception of the water, all of them were still very much alive.
It seems like a lot of my pictures make things look much bigger and scarier than they really are. Because I couldn't find a ruler, I decided to compare the size of the bug to something that we are all familiar with. Now I present to you a size comparison: The bug in the second picture compared to One Piece.
t Dahna: The second one is a Plume Moth. My brother discovered it on the bathroom wall on Saturday with its wings closed. It looked like
and I thought it was the freakiest looking thing EVER. So of course I had to take a picture of it. I didn't know what it was until I searched for "T Moth" on Google. I was really happy to see it with its wings unfolded, because I had never seen one before. Last night, I went to use the bathroom and saw it fluttering around the ceiling, so of course I had to climb on top of the toilet to take pictures of it. Now it's sitting on the blinds, and of course I snapped a few more shots of it. I'd like it to be on a nicer surface eventually.
t Carter: Fine, a non-bug just for you.
Ok enough of that crap back to the bugs :3