Do You See What I See?

1-It’s that time of year again–the time when I can’t seem to get anything else done because I just want to be outside, looking for spots of beauty to capture with my camera. Mornings are my favorite time of day –when the birds are singing and the sunshine is just beginning to wipe away the dew. Time disappears in those moments. Do you know what I mean? What activity do you do that makes time disappear?

Since you can’t come along with me into the fields, I thought I would share some of my recent photos. As you can see, there is no shortage of beauty! Which one is your favorite?

Enjoy! And have a wonderful Thursday!!

TogetherField of black-eyed susansShadowsCurvesDelicate fernsOnePollen grainsIn a lineAweReady to fallFlowersCommon whitetail dragonfly, maleLong legs!A beetle on a lilyAnother beetleA bee gathers pollenA jumping spider! I see you!DropsBacklitWater marblesZigzags One flowerRed-lined leafRaindropsBeautyA beetleUnfurling its proboscisReflectionsA female widow skimmerWater artA stink bugSimplicity A female hummingbird!VeinsPinkYellowHalloween pennantA slaty skimmer at the pondA painted ladyBanded pennant femaleStar-dust caught!! Calico pennantBlack birds chase an osprey! Such big eyes!A damselfly at the pond

If you need some more inspiration for the day, check out these past posts– What causes me to skip? What gift should every child have?  and finally, on Intimacy with the natural world. Enjoy.

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5 Comments

  1. Joe July 7, 2016 at 9:35 am #

    I really like the curves best….they remind me of someone else’s curves

  2. Colleen Gilgenbach July 7, 2016 at 8:52 pm #

    wow tough choices. I’m always a pushover for flowers. I love them. I also love Awe.

  3. Nanci Fletcher July 7, 2016 at 9:32 pm #

    So many amazing photos, I have to pick 2…in a line and star dust caught

  4. Lisa M July 9, 2016 at 6:12 pm #

    This is such an incredible collection, Sharon! You have a great eye for capturing beauty. Thanks for sharing your beautiful pictures, and for this blog. I enjoy reading it, getting inspired by your stories, and learning more about the creatures featured in your puzzlers! 🙂

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