Saturday, January 10, 2009

More Summer Memories from Jake's Camera

I will not try to identify these insects.
Jake and I hope these pictures will stir pleasant memories in your heart.
Great are the works of the Lord. Psalm 111:2

18 comments:

  1. Dear Ruth, Beautiful summer memories. I know how long you have to sit and wait for the insect, butterfly, or dragonfly to show up and what infinite patience you it takes. But how wonderful when you get a good picture. Well done.

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  2. Thanks for giving us that warm, summer feeling even as the snow is falling. I love the red tractor scene with the puffy clouds.

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  3. More beautiful JAKE pictures!!!! Gorgeous!!! He captured some great pictures of insects. Of course I love the butterfly one the best!

    Have a great weekend.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  4. Ah - memories (and anticipation) of summer.

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  5. Hi Ruth & Jake,
    Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a note. You have a beautiful blog and I see you like the same things that I like...the Lord and all of His magnificent creation! Come back and visit anytime.

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  6. Oh, Jake & Ruth - how nice to feel the warmth once more from your summer memories! Such a contrast from our present conditions ;-)
    My favorite is that peaceful farm scene - outstanding! Should be on a calendar!

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  7. Thank you, Jake, for warming up a winter night with your great pictures.

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  8. Pleasant memories indeed ! I love looking at summer photos in the gloomy winter. That red tractor, the hay, and the clouds make for a perfect picture.
    B.

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  9. Jake and Ruth,
    these are very welcomed photos! soo nice and lovely to see, as I look outside and see the cold and snow.
    I love the dragon fly..so many designs and wonderufl blu-green color. Thanks for sharing..

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  10. Lovely picures from Jake. So desr to my heart is the haymaking scene as all around me is dry grass, the temp. is 30C+ and there is a sweltering, dessicationg wind houwling from the inland desert.

    The insests are a bumble bee, Dragonfly and moth.

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  11. Ruth: Jake did a wonderful job with these capures. I really like the butterfly.

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  12. Your dragonfly is stunning but then they are all so beautiful!! You are so very talented!!
    ((Hugs))
    ~Michele~

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  13. I like the look of round hay bales in the field. Beautiful warm pictures. Your dragonfly is a 12 spotted skimmer, one of the few I can ID because the name makes sense.

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  14. The next to the last is a dragonfly, can't go any further than that though. Am sure you knew that much. Like the bee with the lupine, like them all. But my favorite is the old tractor and new type of hay bale.

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  15. Wonderful, warm images! That bale of hay could've been from a Monet painting!

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  16. I love that tractor haybale shot! Lovely sky in it, too!

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  17. These are all so good and I love them all, but the red machinery in the field especially so!

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