Woman Spots Moth Hanging Out And Can't Believe What's Written On Her Wings
Do you see it?
By Caitlin Jill Anders
Published on 8/29/2022 at 12:47 PM
When Denise Lewallen’s daughter first spotted an imperial moth, just hanging out and doing her thing, she wasn’t too fazed. Then, she noticed the moth’s wings — and immediately raced to snap a photo.
One of the most striking remnants of World War I in Italy’s Dolomite Mountains is a compact alpine shelter that was constructed over 2,700 meters above sea level.
Italian soldiers used it to escape explosions, fire fights, and other calamities triggered by heavy fighting with Austro-Hungarian forces at the base of the mountain. The alpine shelter is built into the side of a vertical mountain peak on Monte Cristallo.
From a distance, the shelter appears completely inaccessible. Soldiers created a via ferrata—or secured climbing route—to scale the steep mountain, featuring a series of pathways and ladders that allow hikers to use harnesses and other special equipment to fasten themselves to cables so that they have a better chance of avoiding injury.