Little pieces of my life and my photos.
What a wonderful difference time and love can make. I'm happy for you, Kerri. :)
Kerri, awesome Dragonfly! I've never seen one like it. I'll bet Steve over at Shooting My Universe would know what it is. I'm glad your Mom is still with you this year. Your family has been through enough stress, that's for sure. Here's hoping she keeps doing well for as long as possible. Sharon
Kerri...It appears to be a Calico Pennant.
We only get the big blue ones or the smaller red ones. And, I'm so glad your Mom is going ok. I survived a coma and know all about close calls and recovery.
I'm happy that your mother has such a loving Family, Kerri. Your dragon is spectacular - it really pops against the greenery.
So glad you were able to spend such a wonderful day with your parents. Each day is a gift and we so often forget that!Your photo of the dragonfly is so amazing ~ the colors are fantastic. I love dragonflies and look forward to their return on those hot summer days!
For some reason, I've always thought dragonflies were green...geezzz I guess they are all kinds...this is a wonderful photo!!!
I've never seen a red dragonfly - brown, blue and green, but never a red one.
Kerri, It is a male Calico Pennant. Males are always red when mature. Females and immature males are orange. Lovely photo of this little dragonfly too.
It is so good to hear that your Mother is doing well.To still be able to celebrate Easter with both parents is a true blessing. Blessings,Ruth
Oh, I'm just so happy that your mom is doing well and that you had a nice Easter. That dragonfly shot is amazing, Kerri. How you managed to capture those beautiful colors is amazing, too.
Oh my goodness - check you out - this is fabulous! So glad your mom is doing better, too! Only God knows the timing for our lives.... my neighbor that I'm caring for is under hospice care now - but we'll see - all in God's perfect plan.
I ADORE dragonflies. This one is such a beauty. I cannot believe what an amazing shot this is!!!! Beautiful!!!! TheresaPS So happy that you spent some quality time with your mom and that she is well.
beautiful photo : )and hopefully your mom gets to enjoy you photography for some time to come!
You have a lot to give thanks for it sounds like. How better than to take these wonderful pictures of God's creatures and share them with the world.
Beautiful pictures on your site. Such wonderful photos!
That is one awesome photo!!! Your talents behind the lens is stupendous.Won't you visit my Ruby Tuesday? I'd love to have your company today.
Beautiful capture, Kerri!
I'm glad your mom is doing well, Kerri! It's wonderful that you have been given extra time to enjoy her.We have dragonflies like that one but I can never remember their names. LOL
Kerri, what a heart warming story. Love and prayers and a positive attitude and faith are true healers. I'm happy your Easter was joyful! Cathy
How wonderful that your mom has come such a long way. What a blessing for you and your family. :-)The dragon fly is really cool! I love the color and its an excellent photo!!
He's a beauty my friend.
this is so beautiful! i dont have any luck in capturing creatures like these. u may view mine here
I'm so happy for you Kerri. Miracles are made every minute. You are one of the recipients. Bless all your family. Take care.What a marvelous Dragonfly. I also hope to see some this summer. We had hardly none last year.B.
enjoy every moment with your mum.
A great blessing for Easter Kerri! Hope you can share many more happy Easters with your parents.Another great capture too!
What a wonderful way to spend your Easter. Your dragonfly photo is wonderful, too.
i'm so glad i found your blog again, i brought it up earlier then ie closed down...i just love your photos they are beautiful.so glad to hear about your mother...amazing!
That's great news, Kerri!So happy for you!
What an absolutely marvelous Easter you have had. Such good news about your mother.
Kerri:I'm just stopping by briefly (am at work) but wanted to tell you that you must submit this photo to Pioneer Woman's Macro contest. Really. It's beautiful and she loves bugs. Could be a winner!