Saturday, September 1, 2012

Big World Through Small Eyes*




My son sent these photos to me yesterday.
Aren't these two creatures
just adorable?
That wee green one
looks as if
he has been sent 
to the Time Out Leaf,
or the Thinking Leaf.
*His title not mine,
and I think it's perfect.
Love to all.
best, e.

11 comments:

Mrs. Micawber said...

Yes, the little green guy does look very contemplative. I love the swoop of stripe on the other one.

Ginnie said...

Goodness...so much has happened to you since I visited last. My heart goes out to you and I hope you won't be "down" for long.
Your son certainly has the same love of nature as you do...I love his pictures and his narrative.

dina said...

What fabulous photos! What an eye for all things beautiful, imaginative, interesting and meaningful. (He is his Mama's son)

Life is good. Jump.

jackie said...

Hope you are on the mend!! Delightful photos - the talent for nature photography must run in the family! : )

Annie @ knitsofacto said...

Wonderful images :D

I do hope that ankle is improving Ellen :)

Grammy Braxton said...

Wow, take a few days off and everything goes haywire! I'm so glad you only have a sprain and not a broken bone. That was scary, I'm sure.
Love the froggie photos. Such cute little creatures even if they do startle me when they jump! : )

Hugs,
Sharon

Mona said...

I think he's a little (green) zen master, meditating on that leaf. Perfect harmony - perfect balance ;)

Sian said...

love that last photo : ) just sat there, thinking.
x

Ginnie said...

Hi Ellen: it's me again. I'm just a little concerned since it's been quite a while since you've posted. Hope you are OK.
Sending a hug, Ginnie

Grammy Braxton said...

Dear Ellen, I hope everything is okay. It's been a good while since you posted anything. I have been checking on you regularly. Please take care.

Hugs,
Sharon

Ginnie said...

Hi Ellen: it's me, the pest...but i'm worried. Did you ever get my email in answer to yours?