Haque is Back!

East London Writers unite! 🙂

Hackney Writers

The second issue of Haque, the Hackney Writers Circle magazine is now available. There will be a launch party on the 28th of November, at the Mascara Bar (72 Stamford Hill, N16 6XS), watch this space for more details. For the next few weeks we will be publishing extracts from the magazine, starting with…

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The brilliant iridescent colour of the Blue Morpho butterfly's wings is caused by the diffraction of light from millions of tiny scales: in fact, its wings are not really blue at all. It uses this illusion to frighten away predators by flashing its wings rapidly and 'blinding' them. Only the insides of its wings reflect the light to appear bright metallic blue. When its wings are closed, it looks like quite a dull and ordinary butterfly, brown with a dark 'eye' spot near the bottom. Perfectly camouflaged.
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