A Bug’s-eye View of Home

Summer pasture wet with dew
Summer pasture wet with dew

I’m pleased to know that the second Wordsprint 5.5 x 8.5 post card mailing is in the works, including this beetle’s-eye view from our pasture, looking back at the barn (and house hidden in the maples) through the very wet morning grasses that hold each dewdrop like a planet or star in space.

I am also happy to learn this morning that Wordsprint and our old friend and Wordsprint owner, Bill Gilmer, and his staff have been recognized by receiving a national award of recognition by the NAPL. This is a big deal, and we are fortunate to have these services available locally.

Wordsprint produces my photographic notecards, and it has been a pleasure to work with them on the first four sets; a fifth is in the planning stage with images taken from the new book.

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3 thoughts on “A Bug’s-eye View of Home”

  1. Wow, looks like water in mid-air. In dry San Diego, I once watched the spiders reel in their webs that they had let out the night before to get their daily drink of ocean current dew.

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