Attention seized by emeralds, Calliope stoops for a shot.
Urania nods at a regal tree that’s changing its dress from white to green.
And Thalia — pauses her two-step to toss an earthworm back to safety. “I’m so glad we have the jukebox-viewfinder with us this morning!”
The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.
~ Manuela Leonhard
Great pics Gail! Found the grass pic to spur a bit of that spring yardwork enthusiasm in me...
And the tree pic is just an amazing pic in itself. Could stare at that for quite a bit -- it's mesmerizing almost like a campfire.
We do worm hikes after rains as the boys are trained that healthy soil requires healthy worms. They even had red wiggler vermicomposting worms as pets once year.
Ahh, spring time...
Love the photos, Gail, and this quote by Manuela Leonhard: "The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera." Wow! And then you share what you see with us. Double wow!