Cicadas – Ugly Off-Key Summer Love

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Photo by David L. Govoni ©2012

Swarmageddon. The Great Eastern Brood. The warbling horde. This past summer was a season of apocalyptic cicada proportions for the Northeast. Billions of wriggling nymphs clawed their way out of the bowels of the earth around April or May, cast off their crunchy exoskeletons, and descended upon humanity in a red-eyed, chirpy mass. They were noisy, they were thirsty and they were looking for love. Continue reading Cicadas – Ugly Off-Key Summer Love

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