Friday

Bathe in the Tides of Nature

Open all your pores and bathe in all the tides of nature, in all her streams and oceans, at all seasons. 
― Henry David Thoreau

9 comments:

Appalachian Lady said...

Nice photo and I like both cropped photos and the uncropped to see the settings. The damselfly is lovely.

NCmountainwoman said...

Yes, I do see the damselfly. Lovely photograph with many interesting elements.

Steve B said...

I saw a little guy like this walking between buildings at work yesterday. Alas, no camera and I was on duty...This is lovely.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Great shot.To crop or not to crop that is the question.Both are good in their own way.Do what looks right to you,after all they are your pictures.:) Blessings,Ruth

Adrienne in Ohio said...

I haven't been by for awhile it seems. I really enjoy your photos!

Becky and Gary said...

I sure don't have any problem with cropped photos. This one is special. It means Spring is here.
B.

Jan Mader said...

Your photos put mine to shame...they are beautiful.

I'm a children's author and have had a writing blog for a few months
http://ignitetowrite.blogspot.com/

I'm also an animal lover. I just started a new blog..ANIMAL TALK
http://animaltalk4u.blogspot.com/

I'd love for you to come visit either or both sites!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Hmmm. I love your close cropped photos. But I like this too, Kerri. ;-) I think it may be a matter of taste or what you want the photo to say.

Ms. Math said...

This photo has so many beautiful elements - the greenery, the butterfly, the damselfly! It's a very lovely photo!

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