The Milwaukee Public Museum, Part I.


Pretty little cocoons (I had to Google the spelling of cocoon. It's kind of like how I always have to Google the spelling of vacuum. And now I just had to Google the spelling of vacuum again).


This should appear to be a pretty, just hatched little moth. To me, though-- my mind immediately jumps to The Silence of the Lambs. I wonder if it's just me or every other traumatized human being of my generation? (Tina, I know you can sympathize... "It rubs the lotion on its skin..."


Now these pretty little guys I can stomach.




... Innocent, harmless & sweet EATERS OF POO. Nice. Really, really nice.

But I'll end on a good note.

Next up... fake eskimos and creepy dolls. Please try to contain your excitement.

~ Deb


  1. Anonymous said...:

    I took one photo for the desktop picture on my laptop. It was not the one of the poo eater!

  1. Haha-- good to know! : )

  1. Anonymous said...:

    My favorite is the last one. Very pretty! Ignoring the Silence of the Lambs comments. Watched those movies way too many times. Love NeeNee

  1. Tina Dalgren said...:

    Creepy dolls???!! Must. contain. excitement. For real! I know you will make creepy dolls even look fantastic!

  1. Becky said...:

    Gorgeous photos...I love butterflies...they are so delicate and beautiful. Love the Silence of the Lambs reference...great movie, creepy guy...nice ;P

  1. Jill Fritts said...:

    Great blog and super cool photos. Thanks for sharing!

  1. Hi Nee Nee-- the last one is my favorite as well! : )

    & Tina- -No way my friend, making creepy dolls look fantastic is a very tall order indeed. OH the pressure...! ; P

    & Becky-- I SWEAR I can apply that movie to at least one situation in my life daily... there's got to be something wrong with me!

    & Jill--Thanks for stopping by & commenting-- welcome to my crazy world. : )

  1. christyc84 said...:

    did you use 50mm for all of those?? awesome pictures!

  1. Anonymous said...:

    I personally like the dung's very scientific and necessary to have dung to keep life going like it or not! Dung is very special!

  1. Hi Christy,

    Yep, I used the 50mm for all of them. I rarely take that lens off, now. : )

    & to Ms. "Dung is very special..." that HAS to be my mom posting this comment. Must be a teacher thing. : D

  1. Anonymous said...:

    LOL -- loved the post AND the comments!!
    ~ D