I love green. Green is calm and serene.  That’s why I would have had every room in our house in every shade of green if I only had my way.   That is also why I love taking picture of leaves and grass and trees. That is why I am glad that the first theme for LIVE AND LOVE OUT LOUD’s Nurture Photography-Fall Challenge is Green.

So today, after school was done, I set out to take photos with green in them.  This time, however, I tried to veer away from foliage.  Just to have a little change of pace.   Happily,  I chanced upon these little things.

Yet I wonder –

What happens to them when the season gets colder?

Isn’t this green-hued bee pretty? I assume that it is a bee, a different kind of bee. 😀

How do they survive, assuming that they survive at all.

Pardon me.  My tropical bred mind had never contemplated such things. 😉  And until this time, I have not truly spared a thought for a fly except on how to swat it.

I admit that once I stop thinking of a fly as the  pesky bug that it is, it  can be pretty.  As for the bee, I have no issues with it.  It is welcome in the garden as long as it stays away from me. 🙂 I am glad to know that there is more than one variety in the backyard.

Finally, I got this photo.  I know.  I know I said that I would lay off from foliage photos for this challenge.  Yet, I could not resist taking a picture of the sun peeking through the tiny hole on a hosta sepal – that little leaf-like piece that  is left on the stem after the flower dies.

I had fun trying to fit the setting sun into that little hole.  🙂

I really like garden themes, so I am joining this fabulous place THE ROSEGARDEN IN MALEVIK. If you love roses and gardens, this is nice place to visit.

  Nurture Photography - Autumn 2012 Photo Challenge

11 thoughts on “WINGED GREEN

  1. You’ve captured lovely green photos!! It really does make you wonder what happens to these guys when it does get so cold! Your last photo is amazing!

  2. Lovely photos! You know, I wondered the same thing!

    Thanks for joining Rebecca and me in the Nurture Photography Challenge. We’ll be moving on to a new theme on Friday: Yellow/Light. Can’t wait to see your pics!

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