Weekly Photo Challenge: Transition


Sometimes we have guests in the garden. Here’s one that transitioned almost as we watched. Regretfully, we missed the moment he went free. He’s a Great Mormon (Papilio Memnon Agenor).

He was already a large greedy caterpillar when first spotted
Chomp! Chomp!
Time to rest, and transmogrify
Gone now, only an empty shell left

For more info on this caterpillar and butterfly – click Butterflies of Singapore
For more examples of Weekly Photo Challenge: Transition – click WPC

11 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Transition”

  1. Frangipani, it was so nice to see your name liking my latest post. It’s been far too long! I’ve missed you. It worries me that you’ve been absent for so long. It makes me wonder if something has happened with your mother. If you see this and read this, please, share an update! Blessings, Betsy

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