This would be interesting. I haven’t yet been to the Cloisters.
I’m fairly tired of being grossed out by plastic water bottles (reusable or otherwise) and their chemicals. Might go for one of these.
Get ready. I remember VIVIDLY what these were like seventeen years ago. Every time I walked outside (I lived in the country) they flew into my hair. I’m anxious to see what they’re like near the city…
This year, as you’ve probably heard, billions of cicadas will soon emerge all along the Eastern seaboard after living 17 years underground. By emerging en masse—some say there may be as many as 1 million cicadas per acre—these so-called Brood II cicadas are more likely to overwhelm predators, including other insects, birds, small mammals, turtles, and frogs, thus helping to ensure species survival.
Keep reading here to learn all about periodical cicadas.
Pictured: A Magicicada specimen from Brood X, 2004, looks similar to those cicadas you might see this year. (Bundschuh)
Love the dress.
So this got finished sometime between 4:30 am and now. Proud in the way of a scholar who knows it’ll never be perfect. But my crush on James Rorimer and his secret but obvious love for Rose Valland got bigger.