Snappy Saturday #04

Lunar MothEach Saturday, I’ll post a free image for anyone to use on their website, blog, book cover, trailer…whatever. It is non-exclusive, and everyone can use it freely. All I ask is that you link back to my website if you use it on the Internet, giving me (Diane Lynn Tibert at credit.

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I’ll gather free images on their own page, so they’ll be easy to find.

Today’s free image is a Lunar Moth. In my life time, I’ve seen only about twenty of these moths around Nova Scotia. The first time I saw one, I thought a child had stuck a plastic bug to the outside window of the grocery store. After a closer look, I realised it was real.

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4 thoughts on “Snappy Saturday #04

    • Thanks, Cassandra. I found a lunar moth catepillar for the first time the other day, and this made me think of the picture I took in 2007. I’ve found several lunar months in the past five years, but this one was my first.


    • Yvonne, I’ve been an outside girl all my life and I never saw one until 2007. Now I see about one or two a year. They are very rare. A friend told me yesterday that she’s never seen one. She’s from British Columbia and has lived in Alberta. They are an incredible moth. The largest I’ve seen.


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