When the camera opens up a view on things that seem to be
completely hidden from the naked eye … that’s when you have to stop and ask
yourself are you even really looking in the first place!
In fairness, the drops in these images are so miniscule that
they almost didn’t exist. But I am happy that they do exist and that I am able
to share them with you to help start your week off in the right vein.
She sleeps in my yard now most nights, visits me several
times a day, and the other morning (before I had my camera in hand), she walked
her new born fawn across my back yard. I’ve begun a dialog with her and while I
stay about ten feet back from her, she happily munches away while I tell her
how beautiful she is.
As I head into another week, I wanted to bring a little
innocent beauty into yours. Meet Mrs. Brisby, a very deer friend … and have a
Found myself in the company of some fun people on Friday
night and when we can across some abandoned sand castles at Siesta Key, I asked
them to imagine themselves as Gargoyles while a light source ran rampant behind
Not my normal nature pic I know, but hopefully this will
help brighten your week!
All the best and remember … we’ve made it through Monday
Sometimes we get so busy that we give the beauty around us
no more than a passing glance.
I found myself standing amongst roses yesterday, breathing
in the most wonderful of smells and allowing myself to get lost in the whole
world of beauty around me. What I love most about catching some of this with
the camera is when I get back to the PC and get to see the “inner world of
beauty” that my naked eyes can’t see.
I just thought I would share with you and wish you a
wonderful week. Try to make time to stop and smell the roses.