Natural wonders

Two rock climbers make their way up a well-worn route on the Pitchoff Mountain cliffs off state Route 73 Sunday morning. (Enterprise photo — Justin A. Levine)
The sunrise made for colorful skies around 5 a.m. Tuesday in the Wilmington Notch. (Provided photo — Laura Dreissigacker Hooker)
A rosy maple moth sits on a towel in Bloomingdale. The smallest of the silk-cocoon-spinning moths, each member of this pastel-colored species is born and lives most of its life in the same maple tree. Adults do not eat and are solitary, except at night, when females’ pheromones attract males for polygynandrous mating events. (Enterprise photo — Aaron Cerbone)

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