I'm popping in quick as a flash in the Brusho pan. No time to natter, waffle, or flibidolize! I know, more's the pity, but needs must and meeds lust and there's naught can be done for neither.
I came up with a design for another of my BSST panels which allows it to show itself off in all its Brusho Stenciled Spritzed and Toweled splendor:
Diana lives in North Carolina so that is where this dragonfly/grasshopper/bug appeared. I am mesmerized by the neutral (yet striking) coloring, those feet and stockings, the hairiness all over, and that incredible backpack! Can you help identify this creature?
Edited to add: Several readers have properly identified this as Asilidae or "Robber Fly," an appropopo name considering the robber's bag it has on its back and the mask it wears! It lives everywhere in the world except Antarctica! It is harmless to humans, but is considered a "killing machine" to other (often beneficial) insects. Boo hiss, bad bug.
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