Saturday, October 15, 2011

The Nature Talks

Those in the forest talk through their colors and patterns, poses, or behaviours. They never bore me.

The talk can either be "dynamic" or in the opposite way, this very much depends on how my luck turn up to be.

The talks can be easily missed, and the talks can also be nothing, but they are irreplaceable by the refresh button in a computer screen.

They talk. They smile broadly. They greet me a good day every now and then that I love and eager to hear.

I listen, and my ears never get me in trouble.

28 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Wonderful nature photos, Rainfield! I believe nature talks if you are out there to hear. Great capture of the dragonflies. Wonderful photos, have a great weekend.

Grass said...

Yes, if you listen with your heart, even rock talks. Nice writing..

RNSANE said...

You do have the most fascinating conversations, rainfield. That red bug is amazing! I don't think I've ever seen a red bug like that - lady bugs, of course, but your critter is unique. You do find the beauty in everything.

Icy BC said...

Well then, happy greeting from MI to you, Rainfield!

Fantastic photos, and the dragonflies photo was a treat..

Lrong said...

Can imagine the smell of fresh air in those walks...

One said...

I can't figure out what's on that first photo. Is it a colourful moth?

Great shot of the dragonflies.

TexWisGirl said...

lovely. had to really study the butterfly to figure out what it was.

George said...

I'm glad your ears hear nature speaking to you. I'm also glad your eyes see and let you capture the beauty of nature that you share with us. Your photos and words never bore us.

betchai said...

it's indeed never boring when we're out in nature, it does speak touching our hearts, beautiful pictures.

Filip Demuinck said...

4 very different pictures. A good representation of the varaity in nature.

Greetings,
Filip

Regina said...

Again, you were able to share most intimate behavior with us!(lol)
The images are sharp..such a nice shade of green- thefungas are awesome too!

MondCher said...

irreplaceable indeed! that's why i love them. :)

Shifan said...

Very sharp and clear pictures. Love those natural pictures.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Lovely set of nature photos!

AVCr8teur said...

Such unique guests come to entertain you. Make them feel at home so they keep coming back for a visit.

Naqvee said...

your unique sense of photography is much appreciated. How nice.

Naqvee

Ann said...

You are not worried an insect might get into your ear?

Frieda said...

Lovely!
So many great pictures of fascinating creatures...

Sharkbytes said...

Amazing! I've never seen a green butterfly. Well, a luna moth, but not a butterfly.

Malar said...

Thsoe are really beautiful nature pictures!

Autumn Belle said...

You have capture a lovely and unique butterfly in the first photo. As for the second pic, the dragonflies are doing something very important, i.e. propagating their next generation. I wonder which one is the female and if humans copied them ;>) The 3rd pic look like the senduduk plant.

Amin said...

Hello! Very beautiful photos!

Amin said...

The nature is never boring...

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

Nature always listen and if you listen closely they talk to you back.

Alan said...

Lovely photos! Hope you have a great weekend.

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Irreplaceable by the refresh button, I love that :) Your dragonflies and the details in your macros are amazing Rainfield. You have become the Ansel Adams of the woods.

Amin said...

Beautiful photos!

VanillaSeven said...

It's hard to get dragonflies in that position. Great observation rainfield :)