Space Debris

I just came across this photo from July.  It’s a bunch of stink bug hatchlings on a window, clustered around the eggs from which they hatched, viewed from the other side of the glass.  But the black background and white dust particles brought to my mind a collection of weird debris floating through space… just thought it was an interesting scene.

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About Charley Eiseman

I am a freelance naturalist, endlessly fascinated by the interconnections of all the living and nonliving things around me. I am the lead author of Tracks & Sign of Insects and Other Invertebrates (Stackpole Books, 2010), and continue to collect photographs and information on this subject. These days I am especially drawn to galls, leaf mines, and other plant-insect interactions.
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7 Responses to Space Debris

  1. Anonymous says:

    they’re heeere!

  2. Troy Bartlett says:

    Makes me think of the old 8 bit video game space invaders. They look kind of like the alien ships.

  3. Lisa Rainsong says:

    I think it’s actually quite beautiful!

  4. Anonymous says:

    wow again, how do you FIND these treasures?????always impressed and fascinated. Thanks!

  5. Absolutely extraterrestrial! I apologize for asking a question you’ve probably answered many times, but what camera and lens do you use, Charlie? Your work is informative and beautiful.

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