the bunnies of Austin, TX
but ain’t she something
Sublimedart aka Jenn - 1: Orchid Mantis (Praying Mantis), 2007 #2: Igor Siwanowicz - Giant Malaysian Shield Mantis cleans its tarsus #3: Igor Siwanowicz - Giant Devil’s Flower Mantis #4: Leslie Crotty - Devil Flower Mantis Photography, Macro
“Buying books is immensely comforting. Maybe I won’t read them immediately, but they make me feel so much better whenever I’m sad and blue. Just their presence, it’s like having more to look forward to.”
— Unknown (via the-healing-nest)
Oh hey, thanks for the credit!
on a cloud of sound I drift in the night
any place it goes is right
(John Kay, Steppenwolf)
ef70-200f2.8L is usm@160mm/f10/1.3sec exp/ISO100/tripod
it seems still and quiet, yet ghirardelli and the mysteries of the city are calling your name so loudly! the anticipation, i love this !!!
When I edit my work I use primarily Lightroom 5 and I really try to keep loyal to the original vision in my mind when I shot the scene. My first attempt I shouldn’t have posted because it was just too flat but I was rushing and threw up some crap. So this is my second attempt and I don’t think this will fly either as I mayhaps have gone too far in the opposite direction.
What do you think?
and she’s off
I’m gaining inspiration studying for my plant, medicine and drug class.
no we do not just talk about marijuana in this class. Every person I talked to about this class had similar responses. “oh……..I see……..weed….uh huh. I get it.”
NO! hahaha. this class brings back an educational approach to naturopathic and homeopathic remedies!!! Something that is not generally used in studies or in healthcare now a days…….don’t even get me started on healthcare.
We may think plants, shrubs, trees, herbs, h20 may be here forever. so we pay more attention to our social image upon our iphones instead of giving thanks to something so essential to life.
I believe in the concept of Karma. Your actions produce invisible effects that will carry on not in Heaven or in Hell, but will carry over to another life. the collection of actions producing numerous effects either good or bad, have the potential to thrive after our bodies are still.
Nature to me represents truth, patience, and stability.