Wednesday, June 17, 2020


We sat on the deck before sunrise this morning and drank coffee. Jilda lit some incense to keep the skeeters at bay.

When the sun came up, it painted the clouds to the south, subtle hues of peach, mauve, and other shades I can't name even with the help of Google.

After coffee, we walked. While I waited for Jilda and Taz the wonder Yorkie to amble around the yard, I heard a honeybee in the Rose-of-Sharon blossoms.

I stood still for a long while trying to spot it, but I never did. I decided to snap a picture of a blossom. A breeze out of the west kept the blossom swaying, so the images I shot were blurred. I did the only sensible thing and used the stained glass filter on the image. Ok, I know I'm overusing the filter, but it resonates with me, and I can't explain why.

Happy Wednesday.


  1. Wow! I love it and I don’t think you overdid it at all. It sounds like you had a beautiful day

  2. Have a wonderful day. And I love that filter too.

  3. I see the bee! Seriously you must have had a wonderful time looking for it.

  4. That photo is beautiful using that filter.


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