I have been working on capturing bumble bees in flight.
“A photograph has the ability to capture a place; an experience; an idea; a moment in time. For this reason, it’s said that a picture is worth a thousand words. Photographs can convey a feeling faster than, and sometimes even more effectively than words can. A photograph can make the viewer see the world the way the photographer sees it,” the official website of World Photography Day states.
Here are some photos I have taken during the pandemic in various locations.
Some motivation for Monday ~ “we’re free to go where we wish and to be what we are” ~ Jonathan Livingston Seagull
These beauties were growing in the community garden where I live.
These lilies were blooming at the Plateau Discovery Gardens.
Last Sunday I went out to the stables near my house and stumbled upon a community garden. There were sunflowers, zinnias and all kinds of vegetables growing. A gardener told me it was ok to wander and take photos! #happygirl
There’s an overlook in Cumberland Cove called Eagles Loop and I was able to go there to watch the sun set recently. It wasn’t the most spectacular sunset but it was peaceful.