53 Replies to “Motte, motte…”

      1. Dis interessant!!! Dink jy slaan die spyker op sy kop oor daardie stowwerigheid wat my laat gril. Op die plaas het hulle kerslig toe gevlieg en vele kere in my vasgevlieg wat my die horries gegee het. Gaan nou op google soek om te sien of ek ‘n mot se veertjies kan sien. Ek word by die dag slimmer ๐Ÿ˜Š

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    1. There were hundreds of moths all over. It is the time of the year and being in Botswana, where nature is still quite untouched over large areas,it is not rare to see millions of insects.

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      1. Dina, that is good to hear. I understand that insects are in steep decline in many parts of the world. We humans need to change the way we do things on the planet! But don’t change the way you photograph! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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      1. I put it to early exposure. Supposedly I spoke Urdu before french. And to the study of Latin. It allows me to find the structure, the “radical or root in foreign languages. By association. Motte “looks” like moths. Once you recognize the plural/singular feminine/masculine rules, you’re in good shape. ๐Ÿ˜‰
        Tot ziens.

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