Month of Monsters: Pinchy Penny

Martha looked at the two cans of coconut milk in her hands.

"You know you can't afford the organic one," said a small voice next to her left ear. "Plus, I mean, come on! Who's heard of coconuts that aren't organic? The ruddy things virtually spew out of palm trees. No pesticides or fertilizer required. It's a giant coconut scam is what that is. Trust me, you'll be fine with the regular one."

Martha nodded. Penny had a point.

She placed the regular coconut milk in her basket.

 

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Photo: Katydid Nymph

Katydid Nymph I had originally gone out to take photos of this daylily as it was its first season blooming for me. This little bugger was nibbling on the petals, but was too cute and photogenic to relocate to more approved pastures.

Technical Details Aperture Value: f/4.8 Focal Length: 185mm Exposure Program: Aperture Priority ISO: 200 Shutter Speed Value: 1/640 sec Location: Vancouver, WA