The giant grasshopper was resting still, gripped to the corners of a painted brick wall.
It had no skin-charm of exquisite colors. Strangely, it looked like made of dry leaves and brown twigs.
But it had eyes. Tentacles. Long legs. And much more inside.
Anyways, I guess it tried to fit into that corner there. Ha ha!
Shot from Malappuram, Kerala, South India.
A traditional house of the earlier times of Dubai. It now houses a small traditional antiques market and a nice restaurant that serves hot plates of traditional machboos rice. This place is away from the gloss of a growing modern metropolitan city, but still within reach. Linking with this week’s Sunday Stills challenge “Corners” : )