The first "bottle" image is a cocooned insect being pulled up by a spider web.
His next "object" is a flying insect – most probably a moth – flapping its wings. Nighttime images from game cameras use a slower shutter speed to capture more light and this insect is moving so fast that you see a "timelapse" exposure.
Marty, thank you so much for these lessons and for the Beginner Lessons app on Android! My question...what kind of capo do you use and does it really matter which one you use (more vs less expensive vs brand)?
If you can make it through this without at least one little tear, you're a better man than I. Wonderful version, a beautiful voice and talent...and a happy ending, to boot! Bravo! (Now, Mike, can you do "Hurt" next, please??!)