Featuring Digital PhotoArt of Rainbow Creek
by: brendasue

The Birds of Rainbow Creek

The Birds of Rainbow Creek
by: brendasue of Kates Cabin Bird Sanctuary in Waller County, Texas

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Bluebonnet Herb Farm Butterflies Fly Again! by: brendasue


Butterflies, butterflies, and more butterflies! Back by popular demand:  More of the Butterflies visiting Linda's Bluebonnet Herb Farm in Hempstead, Texas, USA, Earth  (Waller County).
More flowers blooming in the gardens in September:

A Pink Mallow just opening!      by:  brendasue

Hurry Up Class, I am waiting for you!    by:  brendasue

Hi Everybody:
Come on up to the roof for a minute before we head over to the Bluebonnet Herb Farm to see the butterflies. For those of you who do not know this dog, allow me to introduce Her Majesty:  Kay Lonnie Wray voted Number One Dog Star of Google Blogger.
(She was once fired from Google Blogger by a guy named Elvis, but the President helped to get her reinstated in her position of Opening Our Class here at Kates Cabin On Rainbow Creek.  In addition, they have given her a new title of 'Miss Redbone America' which has been the dog's dream for a long time (10 years). You can see these stories in the archives of my Google Blogger Site. If you receive this post in an email, you must click on the link at the bottom, KatesCabin....to go to my site at Google. On the right side of the post is the archive list. You have to move the arrow over the list and the entries light up! And, I have stars!) Yes, I am oogling in my Googling!

Anyway, now you know a little more about this old dog made into a Google Star  (Google may deny this as it is a secret).

Let The Class Begin!

Thank you Kay Lonnie, now take you place for the photostudy.

A Monarch       by:  brendasue

Welcome to Everyone in the World. I believe there is room for everyone, so come on in and take a little Nature Break.

Today we are going back to our fave Bluebonnet Herb Farm, in Hempstead, Texas (Waller County).  A few days ago, I posted some butterfly photos and received rave reviews. Thank you very much for your kind comments. As I hear from everyone around the world in katescabin picasa web albums, I realize some of you may not even see butterflies, especially if you do not have flowers.  Some places  are too cold. So when I hear the thank yous for bringing these creatures to this internet highway, it makes my day. I feel it is important to educate each other about Our Earth as we perceive it.
And, I enjoy seeing all the photos from around the world that You bring to this table for all to see. Thank You. There is room for all different photos. I can say there are photographers out there so much better at photography than I am, but there are some that are worse. The only way to get better is to practice. With the digitals, it is free to take as many photos as you want. For our new photographers, I want to say one thing:  You must start where you are. Do not be intimidated when you see a great photo; rather learn from it and identify what you like about it. The bottom line is it is not about better or worse. It is about self expression and communication.  Just like the drawings in caves by our ancestors of long ago, a picture communicates without the need or the permission of any language spoken on Earth.  We all can look at a flower and know it is a flower, no matter how you spell it or say it.
Just jump into your photography and go! You are the reporter on your own world.   Now for the butterfly photostudy!   Enjoy my walk in the garden, I feel you all are with me!

Look Up!    by:  brendasue

I hope to give you ideas and inspire you to Learn your Planet Earth and photograph your journey! Take some lessons, go to seminars.
Have some fun!

This concludes our photostudy for today.  I hope you feel the joy of watching these beautiful butterflies dancing and flying in the flowers.

Thank You, Linda, we had a great time.  What a great space you have built for all of us.

...this is brendasue signing off from rainbow creek.  Over and Out.

Big Slurpy Kiss from Kay Lonnie!      by:  brendasue




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