Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Idyllic Pause


Forget the day's push and shove


Come walk with me awhile


Let your mind wander free


It's time for you to smile


The magic of a flower


Has the power


To set you free


Remember that, next time,
you're busy as a bee



22 comments:

  1. as always stunning photos...takes my breath....I LOVE MACRO

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    1. Thanks Sharon, I have just discovered macro photography and am loving it!

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    1. It is called Pink Spike (Actaea Simplex).

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  3. Just what I needed for this afternoon. Thank you. It's amazing how a picture of a flower can put my mind to ease. One more hour to go....and I will be free:)

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    1. It's amazing how the camera can capture the beauty and feel of a flower :) Enjoy the rest of your day!

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  4. These delicate flowers are just gorgeous, and I'm guessing from your garden? I just wanted to let you know that the turtle remained safe during the time we watched those 2 funny, cold-blooded creatures yesterday:)

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    1. Yes, this is a fall-blooming treat from my garden. Too bad there's not a "smell" button you can press on your screen because its scent is like sweet strawberries! Thank you for letting me know what happened - the turtle looked terrified to me but I had to laugh at other people's comments on your post. Most found the picture amusing and I started to think that maybe turtles are really tough guys and I was worrying about it for nothing :)

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    2. One more update...I drove by there again this morning, and only the turtle was on the log...still in that crazy pose. Guess he won the stare down.

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    3. Thanks for letting me know, Tammy, I am so happy to hear that :) That turtle is fearless, or just plain crazy!

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  5. Rosemary, your pictures are stunning and somehow hypnotic. Discovering you is a treat. Cheers.

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    1. That's so sweet of you Lee, nice to meet you as well :)

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  6. What a great photo Rosemary, beautiful colors, compliment.
    Greetings Irma

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    1. Thank you Irma, this flower is blooming right now in my garden when everything else is almost gone, so I am enjoying it even more.

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  7. Your close-up shots are great Rosemary!
    Wish I could smell it from here :)
    Truly remarkable intricate flowers.

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    1. Thanks Ash, I just discovered this plant a few years ago and am so happy it likes my garden.

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  8. Oh Rosemary ​​!
    This white flowering plant looks like an angel!
    It is lovely.
    Your photos delight.
    I love to look at and admire.
    Lucia

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    1. Thank you Lucia, it smells as wonderful as it looks!

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  9. I love the commentary that goes with the images. Pictures of the bee hovering in mid air is so full of dynamics and vitality.

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    1. Thank you so much for your wonderful comments and your visit :)

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Thank you so much for your kind words :)

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