This totally kicks butt on the butterfly metamorphosis I've been watching! Go Cicadas!
Oh my!! Cicadas are awesome! I've never seen one emerge from its cocoon... that's so amazing :)
Unbelievably beautiful!! I understood from some research on the net that for a Cicada it takes two hours to be reborn? Amazing!
Wow.....So beautiful and poignant as well. What a wonderful opportunity to see that.
You know I get that!) What a nice thing to experience.
Wow...an action photo. Looks like you were in the right place at the right time.
wow!!!!! is amazing!!!
Wow, right place, right time. Beautiful.
Holy cow! That second last photo is so cool! It really is all about the little things isn't it? Witnessing things like this, as simple as they may be, is quite magical! What a delightful post Vic! :)
Oh my. That is just amazing! And beautiful! How lucky to have witnessed it!
Whoa! What an awesome opportunity for you to capture that!
Oh, my. I have seen the cicada shells but never have seen one emerging. We do not have them here but they are so cool. Thanks for sharing. I hope you are doing well.
Truly awesome!! Thank you for this.Carolyn*
Okay, am I the only one who thinks Cicadas are creepy? Yewwww!
wow those are great photos. I don't think i've ever seen one in transformation, I always just find the shells (I guess that's what you call them)
Thanks for the experience.
How exciting to be able to record this miracle. Thanks for sharing.
Amazing. Just AMAZING!
I love nature. It's always full of surprise.
That's beautiful. Great photos!
WOW this is so incredible and beautiful I have never seen this - I have only ever seen the empty shells!
That was incredible! I've never seen a cicada before, and I had no idea that they were so "earthy."
I have never seen this type of insect before.We have lots of ladybirds at the moment.
So thats a cicada? I used to have an origami book with the pattern for one but I had never seen a real one. Thank you.
you're so observant...and thoughtful. i appreciate you sharing this with us.
The cicadas are thick in Kansas this year. Good stuff, thanks for posting.
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