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Saturday, May 15, 2004

Cicada Saturday


Cianna and I spy a fully-matured cicada on our morning walk around the block. I'm holding the bug's wings in one hand and the camera in the other in this self-portrait. When the children of this brood return in 2021, my daughter will be driving a car and ready to go to college. I hope I remember to remake this photo then.


Empty cicada shells are now a common sight in the trees along the streets of Charles Village. Download this image as a desktop wallpaper.


A "beauty" shot of a cicada. Visit Cicada Mania for more photos and emergence reports.

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