may i introduce to you

a frog eye's view

of a place

in our yard

i have deemed

as frogbee island!

. . .

with excess moisture this summer

we have had an abundance of frogs ~ delightful!

with excess moisture, the grass and clover

have been growing and growing and growing!

...

in mowing one section in our yard

where the clover is quite heavy, i noticed

even more frogs underneath the cool wet greenery

and plenty of buzzy bees at the flower tops

...

well, i just couldn't do it ...

i couldn't mow over this wonderfully alive place on earth!

so, around i went, leaving a large oval

i now call

frogbee island : )

...

all of you who know me

know how much i love and respect nature ...

and today, i share how nature inspires me so

over at kim klassen's i.studio aka the inspiration studio!

this wonderful spot featuring many inspiring contributors

grew out of kim's recent sensational inspiration stay.cation event ...

i hope you will pop by : )

...

sending you frogbee love ~

xo 

7 comments:

Gilding Lilies said...

What pretty clover, I love this shot.

Gilding Lilies said...

I'm such a fan of your blog, so it was nice to see that you stopped by my blog to visit. Thanks for the kind words.

Jamie said...

So glad you avoided mowing, so beautiful! Your post at the studio was beautiful!

Diane said...

so glad you are not mowing that clover. We used to have a huge toad who inhabited our deep clover in the back yard. Love your frog's eye view photo too.

April said...

The bokeh and light are really lovely :)

Robin said...

How completely lovely. I stared at your clover for the longest time. The lighting is divine.
And I love your beautiful soul, mowing in a circle leaving the little frogs to their little frog lives...
xoxo

Jillsy said...

you have made a weed into the most lovely composition! love that bokeh!