A sense of order

Marsha’s Wednesday Quotes

I am not sure where I am going with this so hang on

I go to nature to be soothed and healed, and to have my senses put in order
John Burroughs

Processional Caterpillars have their own sense of order

Until a mischief maker comes along

Seeing the V shaped order of birds heading off to parts unknown

β€œThe proper order of things is often a mystery to me.”
– Cheshire Cat – Lewis Carroll

Chaos is merely order waiting to be deciphered.
– Jose Saramago

27 thoughts on “A sense of order

      1. In this set of pictures, they look like some sort of extrusion (like snails leave) — I’m fascinated by the train of caterpillars following each other. Nature repeats itself in so many interesting permutations — like elephants travelling in line, or like human folk dances in some areas, etc. Thanks for showing the link to the previous post!

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  1. Your quote and picture of chaos go together perfectly. What in the world is it made of? It looks like chairs, bamboo, striped bicycle parts. It’s interesting! I laughed out loud at the mischief that the processional caterpillars encountered. Fun post!

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      1. That is a fascinating story, BB. I’m going to include the link in my post because I think people should have the opportunity to see the whole picture. Wow! I’ve never seen caterpillers do that!

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