Hunting by janetb


I stepped out only to check on my basil. I'd been blaming the slugs all along for its nibbled leaves, but I found the real culprit curled up and trying to hide: a little caterpillar (no longer than an inch and the likes of which I'd never seen before). I began hunting for his friends and family, but the setting sun's magic refused to be ignored; and the first blooms on my Rocket Snapdragon called me out for overlooking their buttery yellow beauty. The decision to leave the caterpillar for the camera came easy. I was (am) on holy ground.

Benches become pews, trees become preachers, and the choir of flowers sings in great joy to the wind’s organ voice.
— Christopher Forrest McDowell, The Sanctuary Garden
Very pretty shot, Janet.
June 15th, 2022  
The bokeh is just beautiful with this
June 16th, 2022  
Lovely shot
June 16th, 2022  
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