Patterns in Nature
Patterns in nature are anything but surly. In fact, I find them just the opposite of ugly or glum. Many of nature’s stencils are bright, cheerful, and pleasant. Other patterns may be presented in a quieter or gentler fashion but they are just as refined. Fandango’s One Word Challenge – Surly
Along the Texas Trails
Since my hubby had to attend his annual training at Flight Safety this month, as a good wife I felt compelled to tag along. He got to sit in class for two days and in a simulator for three days while I forced myself to enjoy an early spring along the Texas trails in the…
Diagonals in Nature
Wordless Wednesday Diagonals in Nature Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #228: Diagonals
Paused From Fluttering
An owl butterfly, paused from fluttering about the Butterfly House at the Texas Discovery Gardens just long enough for me to click.. Macro Monday
Silence of Summer
“Green was the silenceWet was the lightThe month of June trembled like a butterfly” – Pablo Nerudag Silence of Summer
A Closer Look
Macro Monday Taking a closer look at the tiniest details of God’s amazing creation.
It’s a Small World
In the Garden – Bugs and Insects It’s a Small World “There is nothing in a caterpillarthat tells you it’s going to be a butterfly.” R. Buckminster Fuller
Western Tiger Butterfly
Symmetry in Nature – A western tiger butterfly captured at Ogden Gardens in Valparaiso, Indiana.