Tuesday, August 3, 2010

A Picture Tells A Story

Elvis

Amish mowing hay


Trumpeter Swans

Room with a view



Hackberry butterfly


Black Swallowtail on Horsemint

Tiger Swallowtail


Winged loosestrife


Bella Moth and bumblebee on Globe thistle
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I’m always looking for love
In the tiniest of places
When I look for love
I see it in many different faces.







12 comments:

  1. Beautiful story in each one.

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  2. All the pictures are lovely. I really like the one of the dragonfly and the Hackberry Butterfly with the spider.
    Enjoyed the truth of your poem.

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  3. Wow! My favorite is the dragonfly photo, it makes me reminisce my childhood days. When we'll run and chase after them. Beautiful pictures.

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  4. Wow! I wonder how you took that photo of the dragonfly. Its fantastic! The butterfly hopping from one twig to another is amazing! Great photos!:)

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  5. great photos...i like the dragonfly most...

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  6. Beautifuls photos, Steve !
    My husband had a horse who looked like Elvis. It was a female from Marrocco and she has been dead for a few years.
    I saw severals time the movie "Witness" which shows Hamish's life. I saw some of them at Yellowstone Park.
    The photo with the swans is very pretty.

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  7. That's one unique looking dragonfly. It looks like an old plane.

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  8. Those two horse photos are marvelous. I love horses. And dogs. Your hackberry butterfly reminds me of what we call a black swallowtail. Of course most things we call are just names others have called them. I have to look them up in books to make sure, sometimes.

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  9. The trumpeter swan is endangered and these are a breeding pair.The Amish lead a very simple life without electricity and convieneces we allare used to.There is a large community around me so it is fun to watch them farm.There is another German group, Mennonites, that have the best little store for bulk foods and local grown produce. I like to go often , especially in the winter when I bake more.Both groups speak German in their homes.Abe, the caption is below the picture, you were looking too fast.Thanks for the input my friends!

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  10. Beautiful photos what a lovely team of horses. Those dragonflies are so unusual

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  11. i like dragonfly..swans too...beautiful post!! regards

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