A cute little moth that stood still long enough for the photo
I have a fascination with little critters. Their intricacies of design amaze me.
Bumblebee ~ curled up collecting nectar. Sometimes, bees curl up under flowers when sleeping, but this one wasn’t. To learn more about this, see a recent article by my friend Rene Yoshi, called Sleeping Bumblebees.
God’s handiwork is everywhere for those who will stop long enough to study.
My dragonfly friend that loves to pose
As long as spiders keep their distance, they do have beauty in design.
The works of the Lord are great…
Caterpillar ~ peeking at what I am doing
…studied by all who have pleasure in them.
*BTW ~ my neighbor witnessed me photographing the caterpillar. I told him that I really need a life!
Stand still and consider the wondrous works of God
God blows me away with the wonders of His creation. We find evidences of His designs in the simplest of things, like a dragonfly. Often, to appreciate these examples of God’s creation, we have to stand very still. It helps even further when our subject remains still!
I discovered this little friend while on my way to the mailbox the other day. Not at all convinced that he would stay long enough for me to retrieve my camera, I went inside to get it anyway. When I returned, I was pleasantly surprised to see him still there, perched atop a Little Gem Magnolia leaf. What I didn’t expect was how still he remained, and how he seemed to playfully pose. (I have no idea whether this dragonfly was male or female; supposedly, males are brighter in color. Unless some of you know different, and can let me know, I’ll just call this one a he).
I hope you enjoy the photos as much as I did snapping them!
It looked like he stuck his tongue out at me ~ cracked me up!
Poised for takeoff ~ he did hop from one leaf to another
One last glimpse before he tired of our photo shoot and left
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