Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Always Searching

applied Kim Klassen's 3003 texture

honey bees
are becoming somewhat of a rare sight
so finding two to three buzzing around
our crabapple tree 
was a welcomed surprise

always searching for life's sweetness

linking up this week with
tuesday muse
and
texture tuesday
with the theme 
black & white with a touch of color
well, maybe a bit more color than intended!






27 comments:

  1. So pretty. The faded vintage look is wonderful. I've heard there's a bee shortage but it doesn't seem so around here. :/

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  2. This is beautiful Jill -- may I ask what texture you used? xo

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  3. What a pretty edit! Happy Tuesday!

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  4. Perfect amount of color so nicely done. I also love your blog title.

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  5. Love the way Kim's texture worked with this shot. The tones are so soft and beautiful. You mentioned my crop to leave in some of the leaves. Well, I took to heart Kim's suggestion about cropping a square and really like the approach. I just have to be careful when I am shooting to be sure to leave enough to crop out the rest. genie

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  6. Fabulous....., visiting from Texture Tuesday

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  7. Unfortunately, a honeybee (actually, I think it was a wasp) found me this weekend.
    My little pinkie finger, and oh did that hurt! Now is the itching phase though, and I'm not sure which is worse.

    This is a really beautiful photograph, Jill, and your edit is wonderful.

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  8. What a beautiful photo! Yes, I fear for the honeybees.

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  9. How fun to capture a honeybee among such pretty blossoms! Neat picture and edit.

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  10. Such a wonderful Spring shot, Jill!

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  11. Crab apples flowers and bees...perfect!!

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  12. Really beautful with the softness of the texture

    Earl

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  13. Just beautifully done :)
    visiting from tuesmuse

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  14. Beautiful - I get the biggest kick out of seeing photo images that capture bees -- and being so clear like you have = great shot and editing..
    Now I am still trying to capture a bee so clear as yours -- do you have a tip? wink..
    Hugs

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  15. Gorgeous piece! I love the touch of colour.

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  16. Joy and bliss- what a delight for my old eyes.

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  17. I've only seen a few this year so far ... lovely image!

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  18. Jill, this is so lovely and you captured the elusive bee!

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  19. ery beautiful photo and everything! hug

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  20. Wonderful texture! Love the vintage-y look!

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