Monday, June 22, 2009

Six And Six...


Darlene
, over at RamblingsAboutWhy, tagged me a while back and I'm just now getting to it. The instructions are to pick the sixth folder in my pictures and pick and post the sixth picture. So here it is:

This was taken when we lived in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, in our front. flower bed. That bee was very busy this particular day. I watched him working away until he got closer to the front of the flower bed so I could get this photo.

Not bad for a rank amateur with a point and shoot camera and no idea about editing. This was straight out of the camera.

I know I'm supposed to pick six people to do this little exercise, but I'm just going to say if it looks like something fun to you, go and have fun with the Six And Six.

Have a marvelous Monday.

9 comments:

Pastor Sharon said...

I'm impressed with your camera talents, Ms. Helen! That looks like a busy bee!

farmlady said...

A photo straight out of a point and shoot camera? VERY NICE!! I can't imagine the amazing pictures you would take with with a Nikon or Canon SLR. Save your money girl, you may have a new career ahead of you.

jojo said...

bee-utiful!

One Nurse said...

I have read a little of your blog before but I don't think I have commented.
This is a great picture! Love your blog!! I will keep reading!

Mary Ellen said...

Nice photo. I also wanted to say that yesterday's post made me cry, for some reason. Lovely.

Ronda said...

Great pic! I love nature in photography!

Roslyn said...

Hey dear, please resend me your snail mail addy-when I got to CO. MS had zeroed out my email identities so I am starting from scratch with another email identity[same addy] trying to rebuild my address book]. I lost all my saved info, all current mesgs, etc etc, I HATE Microsoft & I wish I had stayed with everything Apple when I went to the Mac last year.
I am trying to reach everyone through their blogs.

I am also having internet issues today grrrrrrrrr, arrrrrghhhhh.

God bless,

DocSly said...

You pictures are amazing and you have some of the most beautiful flowers to shoot.

Twisted Fencepost said...

Great picture, Helen! Sometimes you just have to wait for the right moment to snap the picture.
Darlene also tagged me, and I forgot about it. Thanks for reminding me.