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Tuesday, June 24, 2008

One Clover, and a Bee

To make a prairie
it takes a clover and one bee,
One clover, and a bee,
And revery.
The revery alone will do,
If bees are few.

~Emily Dickinson





11 comments:

Cafe Johnsonia said...

Oh, Heidi! Those pictures are stunning!

I dream about having hives and a field like that so I can enjoy raw honey. Mmmm...

Caralyn said...

What gorgeous photos. Aren't the colours fabulous?

Simply Me... said...

Heidi, I love visiting your blog, so much to look at so many fun things, thanks so much for sharing! I'll be back real soon :)

Lanny:)

Jade said...

I just finished reading The Secret Life of Bees last night. Thanks for the visual this morning!!! :)

Dreams of a Country Girl said...

beautiful...as usual.

did you ever get my comment about frank lloyd wright and LOVING FRANK?

Heidi said...

Country Girl~ I don't remember that comment. Did you leave it recently? Not sure how I missed it...

Thanks, everyone else. :) I drive by that field and those hives over and over (it is less than a mile from my house) and I kept thinking that the colors of the hives were awesome and I needed to get some photos! Isn't it crazy how something so simple can make your day every time you see it?

SKELLER said...

I think I just had an epipany (a silly one, but one nonetheless...). This aqua-y, turquoise-y blue must be my all time favorite color. I'm struck speechless when the ocean is this color. I dressed all my baby boys in this color. I LOVE all these gorgeous photos of yours.

This hue of blue never fails to lighten my spirits...

Beautiful photos, beautifully processed. And the quote is just perfect.

E and T said...

Hi Heidi

What a stunning field and those colours are just gorgeous. So beautiful.

Love
Elise

Donna Boucher said...

The color of those "hives" is just beeyouteeful!!!

I never heard that wonderful quote before. I love it!

Beth said...

What is your favorite camera to work with? I am getting ready to replace my old one and would love a pro's advice. :)

Heidi said...

Beth~ Favorite implies that I've worked with a few cameras to compare... :) My husband purchased me (I don't know if he thought he was purchasing it for me at the time :)) a Nikon D50 which I love (and having nothing with which to compare it). I'll take the 'pro' as a wonderful comment, but have to be honest and haven't even read my users manual, LOL. That's on the to-do list for July. :)