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10/30/16

"C" Shells

 
From June until September, we have these cicada shells all over our yard...
 
 
 
 
 
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16 comments:

Tamar SB said...

We never get cicadas where I am in the NE. I love the DOF here!

Adrienne said...

My husband LOVES the sound of cicadas...and crickets. We must have crickets here cause we sure don't have any of the shells!

abrianna said...

I had never seen cicadas until I was in Kansas. We had tons of them there. Have not seen any here-maybe I am too far south. Great shot.

likeschocolate said...

I have never actually seen one up close though I love the sound they make.

NC Sue said...

A couple of years ago we were inundated with 17 year locusts - it sounded like a sci fi movie even with the windows closed.
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Buckeroomama said...

C shells, I love it! Haha! Lovely shot.

Lady Fi said...

Great shot.

Deborah Coombs said...

I'm always amazed at how few cicada shells we find here. We certainly hear enough of them!!

Joyce Lansky said...

Interesting photo. I only hear them. I don't typically see them.

elizabeth said...

A sound we don't hear in the Pacific Northwest, but one I remember well from visits to South Carolina!

Carol @Comfort Spring Station said...

We don't have them here. When I was growing up in Tennessee, we did have a 17 year locust time. Lots of noise!

LV said...

We have a lot of those in Texas. Mostly see the shells.

Handmade in Israel said...

Wonderful photo! Do they cause any damage to the tree?

Coombe Mill said...

I've never seen one before but I don't think I'd like to touch it!

OneDad3Girls said...

Ooo I've never seen these before

Thank you for linking up

indah nuria Savitri said...

I don't think I see one here in NYC :)