Taken as part of the Photo 101 challenge – today’s theme ‘swarm’
A picture of the rarely observed swarming habit of the ‘electrical stuff that no-one remembers which bit of gubbins its for‘. These creatures are found making their nests in many homes, usually in boxes that have been left to gather dust in corners or roof spaces. Although, initially they live separate, ordered lives, when placed in close proximity they swarm and party. This ritual entwining leads to copious breeding. Any attempt to separate them once they have mated is futile.
I have a drawer like that. What fun, some parts look like antiques already.
Yes they do. And I’m afraid I think some of the phones etc that they belong to have long gone. Hey ho…
Clever response (if sadly true)
Thanks. I wondered if anyone else suffers from this infestation. Apparently they do!
Oooh no, I hate this kind of swarm, it plagues me all the time, haha!
It seems like a common infestation!!
Looks like the back of my desk.
It seems to be a coomon pest!