Hard Hats, Safety Vests, and Butterfly Nets

All indicators point to the spot where the world’s most hostile butterflies exist.  It appears as though they live and breed across the street from our house.  All this time, we should have been more concerned about butterflies, and less concerned about men with machetes.


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4 Responses to Hard Hats, Safety Vests, and Butterfly Nets

  1. Yesim says:

    They appear well equipped with butterfly proof hard hats, boots and reflective vests! At least you must feel safe that they are there as the first line of defense! Lol!

    • Kriste Rose says:

      Hey, Yesim! I miss you! I hope everything is going well for you and your family! Are you staying in Evergreen for Christmas, or are you heading somewhere for the holidays?

  2. Les Mangi says:

    What were they really doing, ie catching the butterflies for? This was in New Guinea? Where in New Guinea? Thanks!

    • Kriste Rose says:

      This photo was taken in Papua, Indonesia (the western part of the island) which is next to Papua, New Guinea (which encompasses the eastern part of the island). To be honest, I have no idea what they were doing! 😉

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