Tag Archives: macro nature
Feathered. That’s what the inside of this flower of reminds me of. Not the crazy hairstyle that some people actually still think it’s OK to wear. On the other hand, if they’re brave enough to do so more power to … Continue reading
Most of us dislike bees, of any kind. Especially as children. If you don’t and didn’t, kudos. I’m not as fearful as I once was. Obviously. But I can remember running like my life depended on it as a child. … Continue reading
I tried to take a picture of this as it was freshly picked. I couldn’t get it quite right. The angle, the glare, it just was not working. So I walked away and when I came back I found that … Continue reading
All these ideas for a poem. Something sweet and uplifting. But my mind just can’t focus long enough. I look at this and see an overwhelming amount of emotions speaking to me. Turmoil, crushed, devastated, sad, longing, crying….. It seems … Continue reading
I watched this little guy crawl quickly through every petal of this flower. Searching for just the right spot to nibble. He was not up for a photo session. He was in a hurry. Hungry to what appeared to be … Continue reading
I’m seriously obsessed with Spring. Things wake up, bloom, sprout color and smell fabulous! Where once I could not stand the sight of a bug, I now seek them out. Now don’t get me wrong, if they bite I might … Continue reading
Reminding myself there is always something beautiful to smile at.