This week's Scatterday is brought to you by the elastic letter E and the categories: White, Plant World, and Terrifying Things.
My first thought was to try and get a photo of a white ethereal, ectoplasmic, eidolon, or even an energumen, hanging from an elm, but that did not evolve.
My next thought was for an elemental subject: white electrons from an electric storm over the Eucalypts, but for once, no electrical storm!
No earthquake, no electric chair, no terrifying, white-faced enemy, eager to ensnare and enfetter me!
What was I to do?
I was eager to exert myself to encounter that single E photo.
Then Eureka! After much excogitation, this eclectic exhibit evolved:
On the exterior of an elongated, white envelope, I have executed in pen, an enormously enlarged epideictical image of the exotic Ebolavirus, copied from a photo of the virus as seen under an electron micrograph.
(It might not look terrifying here, but if Wikipedia is any endeixis, it will provide elucidation. No exaggeration, you would be terrified if Ebola suddenly became epidemic in your home environment!)
Forget about your plant derived Eucalyptus oil and other plant essential oil cures, forget about elecampagne and elderberry wine, and even forget about Erythromycin emulsion or tablets. They're not enough to stop it attacking the endothelial cells.
I have just read Cinzia's Scatterday post. It's a real hoot! You have to scroll down a bit, she posted early.