Tuesday, June 22, 2010

A Respite from Politics




....by Ms Z, Mr. Z's daughter. They were so beautiful I had to share them.....nice, huh? Make sure you check out the video below..it's SO INTERESTING...very short and seriously COOL!
z

12 comments:

Craig and Heather said...

Lovely pictures. Being somewhat photographically impaired myself, I really appreciate the ability of others to be able to compose an interesting shot.

Much more restful than politically focused discussion :)


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JINGOIST said...

These are great pictures Z. Vivid colors. Every time that i implor myself to STOP and smell the flowers, some damn bee gets me!

tha malcontent said...

Beautiful pics... Sometimes we all need a break for the Horrible news that hits us day after day. If it's not the war, or healthcare, or the tax hikes or the crazy new laws Obama put into effect it's the latest environmental disaster. Is there ever going to be a end to this madness?

Opus #6 said...

It is still a beautiful world. We are wise to remember.

Jen said...

Gorgeous, Z!

Brooke said...

I have never ceased to be amazed by the patterns and beauty in the smallest of things.

LOVELY!

Z said...

thanks, everybody..Ms Z is so pleased to have her pictures here and will be happy to read your comments, I know!

Brooke, that beauty in the tiniest things feels like yet more proof of God, you know?

David Wyatt said...

Beautiful! I remember collecting butterflies with my sister as a child. You're right, it is a proof of God's existence. Also, as beautiful as they are, this is still a sin-cursed world. Can you imagine how magnificent the new Heavens & Earth will be after the Lord renews them? Thanks for the beautiful pics from Ms Z!

Anonymous said...

These are so beautiful Z.
Ms. Z obviously inherited her Dad's talent.


Jingo, sometimes you're just so darned cute!

Pris

sue said...

Ms Z has an amazing amount of artistic ablility and a great camera.

Also the following palidrome video is great.

sue said...

palindrome

FrogBurger said...

Beautiful, I love butterflies. I actually miss seeing all the butterflies I used to see back in France. Where's the region in the US with the most butterflies?