One day I saw a small woody globe hanging from my shed roof. A single wasp was buzzing around it or noisily munching my larch walls and rafters. Fascinated, I asked around to see what I should do with it, but people said that it would grow very big and I would have a problem if I kept it. So I gently knocked it down and preserved it by scanning and photographing it. Only by doing this did I see the tiny translucent wasp eggs sitting at the bottom of each of the honeycomb compartments, and its beautifully crafted papery layers, and texture.
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