Wordless Wednesday

July 1, 2015 garden at dusk 010~

“To see is to forget the name of the thing one sees.”

Paul Valéry


July 1, 2015 garden at dusk 008~

Woodland Gnome 2015


July 1, 2015 garden at dusk 012

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Lifelong teacher and gardener.

12 responses to “Wordless Wednesday

  1. You make up for the lack of these creatures here. We have water…and plants…what more can we do?

  2. Sweet little insect friends you have there! Hope all is well with you – any plans for the 4th?

  3. Lovely shots, I love your beautiful damsel fly.

  4. Looks good Liz. It’s a Damselfly though. You can tell by the wide set eyes and the folded wings. A dragonfly’s head is global rather than elongated and once its wings are set they never folded backwards again. I trust that makes sense.

    • 🙂 Thank you, Tina 😉 I had just started looking at your post about wildlife when I got a call. Love your toad photos! I need to mark the first of the month on my blogging calendar to participate with you ❤

  5. I am crazy about dragonflies and this one is absolutely beautiful!

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