Saturday, September 27, 2008

The tale of the daisy, the bee and the ant. . .

I am just not always fast enough getting my camera out and ready to shoot the photo before something in the picture MOVES! I know my limitations so I just took a picture so I wouldn't miss this completely. It is not centered but I got the bee and the ant!!!!
CLICK on to see the bee in all its glory and then go look at the daisy with just the ant below taken after I had time to "center" the flower. The water droplets from our shower recently also make the photo one of my favorites!


More centered now but only the slow ant remains behind.

8 comments:

Malyss said...

The enlarged photo is great!I like the drops (more than the beasts..Ü.)
I think I like every time there is water somewhere!...

SandyCarlson said...

Gorgeous, Paulie. The life you captured--and the promise of continued life in that droplet--are wonderful. Thanks.

Katney said...

Things don't have to be centered to look good. In fact, I kind of like the first one best.

dot said...

Paulie, you did good. These are absolutely beautiful!

Cindi said...

You're right paulie...the water droplets really MAKE the photo! I love the details you can see on the bee when you click on the picture. You always seem to be in the right place at the right time.

storyteller said...

Very ‘kewl’ indeed … methinks you’re faster than me when it comes to such things … definitely!
Hugs and blessings,

Gramma L said...

Cool - enlarge the picture makes a big difference. Great job and catch!

Love Bears All Things said...

This is very good and I like all of the elements.
Mama Bear

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