This was a bumper year for caterpillars, and hardly a tree could be seen whose leaves hadn’t been transformed into lacy mesh. (During the summer, when the caterpillar population was highest, word was that you could hear the sound of the munching up in the trees.) This years selection of fallen leaves, therefore, shows more than a hole or two. While perhaps not conventionally picture-perfect, these leaves are photogenic in their own offbeat way.
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