Monday, April 25, 2011

More Bugs!



I'm aware that I'm sporting a pretty big bug obsession these days. It's all I'm interested in right now. In fact, we had a nice (rare) sunny day in Seattle and so everyone was outside in the parks. It almost felt like a lazy summer day but I knew that just underneath us (and above us) a busy world was, well, busy. Anyway, I just love this informative video by NPR--really quite mind-blowing.

9 comments:

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

I love it!! I love it!! I love IT!!! How fabulously delicious and sweet! Thanks so much for stopping by the blog and leaving me a message. I hope to be back soon. Right now still got lots of packing to do as I relocate.
Take care!
V

Michaele Razi said...

Oh, good luck with the moving! Hope all is well with you, lovely lady!

Diana Evans said...

oh this is so cool!!! what a wonderful animation....I was just thinking of you when Cole and I found a snail this morning in a puddle at school....I had to carry it home and give it a home....

Cat said...

Fun! Adore the animation {not a huge fan of bugs in the general though...outside, fine...but when then are inside...yuk, I am a whimp ;) }

xx Cat brideblu

Oslov said...

Now if a spider can just throw a silk thread up and catch it into the stratosphere...why can't I toss up a rope and do the same?

Bella Sinclair said...

This is one fun obsession you're having here.

Great video. Man! Who knew!

Michaele Razi said...

I know, you guys! Bugs are so rocktabulous!

Dennis Salvatier said...

That was really cool. You always find the best videos. :)

Ana said...

wow, this is amazing. I had no idea bugs could fly so high!
Beautiful animation, thanks for sharing :)