I do have pictures somewhere. I doubt if they are in digital form though it is possible. It was during the time we switched from 35m to digital at the newspaper. They are on one of the older computers or in the basement in one of seven bins of pictures. When I get a chance I will look through the computers. During the next tornado warning I'll look in the basement
Except for, I never make it to the basement during tornadoes because my 85 mother-in-law can't get down the stairs. I stick her in the upstairs bathroom (no windows) which is next to her bedroom. Then I can't justify leaving her alone in there so I stay. If the kids are here George takes them to the basement. I'll find you some pictures
The pictures I posted are called Cicadas. Their life cycle is quite interesting. They stay in adult form after shedding the husk (you can see the emergence in the picture). They then make a lot of noise trying to attract mates, they breed they die, in a very short period of time. Right after they breed they drop eggs to the ground which then go underground for I believe it is seven years. Then they emerge looking like the husk, they climb usually a tree or what ever is handy, shed the husk, dry so that they can flyand start the cycle all over again.