Wednesday, January 10, 2007

ROUND ROBIN PHOTO CHALLENGE: MAGIC

Main Entry: ²magic
Function: adjective
1 : of or relating to magic
2 a : having seemingly supernatural qualities or powers
b : giving a feeling of enchantment

The honey bee depends upon the sunflower for nourishment.  The flower relies on the bee for pollination.  Its fascinating, isn't it, how intertwined life of all shape and size really is. While I may understand the complexities of life more now than I did as a child playing in the field behind our house, it still captivates and amazes me. It was never parlor tricks performed with the wave of a wand or an 'abra cadabra' chanted amidst a poof of smoke that kept me spell bound.  It was the wonders of nature, that was real magic to the 6 year old child that was once and still is 'me'.

The Round Robin Photo Challenges: Round Robin Challenge: "Magic"

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10 comments:

mariebm56 said...

This is a great entry for magic, love the photo too, amazing how you captured the bee in motion & in focus.
Marie
http://journals.aol.co.uk/mariebm56/PhotographsMemoriesToo

nhd106 said...

FAntastic entry!

Nancy
http://journals.aol.com/nhd106/Nancyluvspix/entries/2007/01/09/odd-fruit/1353

rbrown6172 said...

absolutely wonderful!!  i've missed your entries here.  :)
gina

sepintx said...

I've spent hours watching bees so I know what you mean! I'm constantly amazed by the little life moments I see. They seem to get more intense the older I become. Guess that's part of the magic ;-)

midwestvintage said...

 I love the way the bee is going for the flower.  Love the color and exposure is wonderful.  Great job.

                     Julie

mavarin said...

Amazing picture!  And you're right - the wonders of nature are enchanting! - K.

seventhray1 said...

All your photos are absolutely wonderful!  You have some awesome talent!  I cant wait to see more of your photo's!

lrnorris said...

How'd I miss this one on the last round of Round Robins?  It's great!  Came by to see if you'd posted your macro entry, and I think this one works very well, there, too!    Linda (Lou)  (www.blahblahblog.wordpress.com)

mtrib2 said...

Your presentation is professional and the entry is grounded in reality making a valid conclusion.     Well done!    mark

rjet33 said...

I don't think I really learned to appreciate the beauty of nature until we moved to Colorado.  That is when I really became interested in photographing it.  I always loved our drives into the mountains.  I so miss that.

Wonderful pic.

Blessings!~

Susan

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