When we strive to provide an environment which welcomes wild creatures
We are creating not only habitats where humans and wildlife coexist
We are creating opportunities to look into their eyes and see
They are more than feathers
Working in a garden that is also designated a Certified Wildlife Habitat
Allows an individual the time to commune with the natural world.
And life is everywhere
Joy is contagious!
CERTIFIED WILDLIFE HABITAT #139,583
19 thoughts on “Looking Into Their Eyes – A Place to Live and Grow Naturally”
Up close nd personal! The praying mantis is my favorite!
It was my daughter who inspired this post. She shared the creatures in the photos I’ve taken have personality!
Sigh, you did it again, Bonnie…heightening my appreciation for the miracle of nature.
Thank you:) it was fun going out into the gardens and finding these creatures!
oops, seems like I forgot to fill out the info…my new laptop is just getting to know the sites it should automatically fill in.
I love them!
What an exciting set of shots for us to look at. You make me determined to get better value out of my macro lens.
You know I don’t have a macro lens. I have a Nikon coolpix it doesn’t have interchangeable lens, maybe one day
Even more impressive then.
You have such a fabulous collection of photos Bonnie. I especially love the first one of the green frog blowing bubbles.
I know he lives in my small black molded plastic pond by the labyrinth. I bought it at a yard sake for 2dollars, I am a frugal gardener!
Wonderful shots. I can’t seem to get the critters to stay still long enough to get decent shots. Or they scatter as soon as I get close enough.
I’ve learned to crop photos very well!
Your photos prove that everyone who says that the wild creatures don’t have souls are woefully mistaken.
Thank you so very much, it’s what I had hoped to convey.
Wow, what magnificent macro shot! Fantastic work!
Thank you! The creatures that share my space seem more than happy to allow me to snap a moment of their life!
oops, sorry that should be macros, with an s