Warming up in the early morning sun allowed me to capture this black winged dragon fly. They’re beauties but always on the move. Sunshine caffeinates their morning. Enjoy Macro Monday. Thanks for looking in.
One of my first subjects for this photo blog in the dreary month of March was Milkweed pods. They stood during the harsh winter and were unfurling their seeds to begin the cycle of transformation anew. With the flowers in bloom now, the cycle continues and I muse upon the transformation cycle of the Monarch Butterfly that goes along with it growing cycle. Wildflowers are a frequent theme of mine so these milkweed flowers fit this muse of the week.
Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will. Romans 12:2
Since flowers seem to be at the focal point of my wanderings I’d like to contribute to the Flower Friday Tag.
Most of my shots are from wandering hikes, but these Black-Eyed Susan’s from my wife’s flowers made for capture worthey of a summer day. Are they the official flower of summer? Certainly the icon of summer floral beauty.
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But the path of the just is like the shining sun,
That shines ever brighter unto the perfect day. – Proverbs4:18 (NIV)
The Weekly Photo Challenge ROY G BIV allows me to use a few spring flower photos taken this year. Spring flowers gave me a subject to focus on while learning to take photos all over again, transitioning from film to digital. Its opened up a whole new world of fun.
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