Blooming Friday/It’s A Trap!

Caught in a web!

Welcome to Blooming Friday! I’m joining Katarina @ Roses and Stuff for this meme.

Today’s theme is It’s a Trap! I came across this pretty wing caught in a web on the gate leading to our backyard. The owner of the wing sure must have made a hearty meal for the nowhere-near-the-crime-scene-spider!

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About Kanak Hagjer

Hello from north-east India! I love to blog about all things floral and foliar and sharing the beauty of my region is what I am most passionate about!
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12 Responses to Blooming Friday/It’s A Trap!

  1. One says:

    Oh you are so right in the interpretation. Great selection!

  2. Andrea says:

    Oh how sad for the butterfly, which is very lovely! As if it is not sad if the butterfly is not lovely, how cruel can humans be as influenced by the eyes!

  3. Anette says:

    That´s life. To be eaten or the one who survives for a while and will be someone elses food later. Beautiful butterfly!
    /Anette.

  4. Monica says:

    oh, pretty butterfly! It´s hard to be caught to be food to someone else …
    Tjingeling

  5. easygardener says:

    Clever interpretation of the theme. Obviously wings are not tasty!

  6. Gosh, you’re right! It’s lone wing. Guess he was a good dinner for some hideous spider!

  7. This is beautiful. It takes me back to summer with a jolt and an ache. Thank you.

  8. mia says:

    Yes, I’m sure he had a delicious meal, but leaving a beautiful sight for us. Can’t help but feeling sorry for the butterfly..
    Hav a nice week 🙂

  9. Oh dear! Souds like the butterfly had such a sad end to its life. It’s a lovely wing it left behind.

  10. CM says:

    Oh, poor one! That’s sad, such beautiful wings!!!! But I guess that’s the ways of nature.

  11. Poor buterfly – no chance of escaping there…

  12. stardust says:

    Looks cruel, but this is a nature’s way. I can’t have warm thoughts toward the spiders, but I let them free as they kill flies or mosquitoes. Why do I sorry for the butterfly? Not just because it is beautiful but because it doesn’t harm me.

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