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July 03, 2010



Maybe that cute little assistant with the black nose could help with the bunny situation? My dog runs off the raccoons with her barking. Have a wonderful holiday!


Sorry to hear about those evil bunnies!!! lol
You just gave me a great big smile with your photos..especially the bee...they're wonderful!!! Happy 4th!!!

Dew Drops

Great captures!! I love the bees. Taking pictures of them anyways.Not too happy when the sting me!!
Your garden must be beautiful!


The bee's are buzzing alright! They sure do love the Cone flowers! How I wish I had a vegetable garden. One day when life isn't so hectic.

tracey petersen

The photo of the bee mid-flight is amazing!


Happy 4th of July, Sarah and family! Hope y'all have a funtastic time tonight :)


Silly spiders. They are everywhere and even build webs on the under side of the chairs on my front porch. TONS of daddy long legs this year too! They, however do not build webs like so many other spiders do.


Samantha ~ Holly & Zac ~

Great shots, Sarah.

The veggies are looking good. :)


Sarah , Your garden looks wonderful. We didn't get around to doing any gardens this year. I will miss it come fall though!
Love that first pic of that bee buzzing around!


Great the tiny green pepper. Good luck with those pesky wabbits!

Jamie Keifer

Your photos are so amazing. I love how you framed the spider web and the sharpness of the images. Bunnies are such cute pests in the garden, hehe. Just keep a watchful eye on your plants before they devour everything. =)

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