Oh I love all of those Olive!... and now I am really craving Spring!... that itty bitty spider is too cute!... you are a fabulous photographer!... xoxo Julie Marie
We love it all, Olive. Keep learning!
How'd you get that bee to pose?I've always thought your photos were great!
Beautiful photos Olive, and a delightful break from all the sparkle of the season. I love the bee in flight, my favorite. My old camera died on Christmas Eve so guess what I got for Christmas! I have to learn how to use it now, hope it will be easier than the old one handed down from my husband. I'm sure you'll be making even more beautiful photos in the new year and I certainly look forward to that.Blessings to you and yours dear Olive............Hugs and wishes for a wonderful New Year,Emily
Oh goodie! Garden photos make me so happy in the winter Olive. Sometimes I just have to go through my photos files to cheer me up when everything is covered in snow. These are beautiful captures!!!hugs...
Your flower pictures are beautiful.My garden is just a waterlogged squelch at the moment, but every day is getting that little bit lighter - 8 days past the shortest day.
I have noticed the bulbs already emerging from the soil, and these photos have really put me in the mood for Spring - it is only a few weeks away now.All your photos are good both the indoor and the outdoor.
All three are beautiful, Olive. I love doing outside shots. They always seem to come out better. Looking forward to seeing what you do with your new camera in the New Year.
I'm with you, Olive...my outdoor shots are always much better than inside ones!! Your flowers are lovely...I'm hoping for some Georgia snow before winter is over!!!!!!!♥'sSherry
You are doing great with your new camera! I loved seeing that little spider on that blackeyed susan.Happy New Year, Olive!-Trish
Great photography. Just crystal clear.
I adore your comments. They are like finding unexpected chocolates. olive