Inside The Red Huckleberry

Kym Backland

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Inside The Red Huckleberry Photograph

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Worcester, Wo - United Kingdom

Kym, excellent example of what a bee would see, amazing clarity and composition. l/f

Seattle, Wa - United States

ELLA, Ding, Ding, Ding, It's a triple feature! Thank you for the feature today of my photo INSIDE THE RED HUCKLEBERRY in your group NATURE WILDLIFE SUNSETS AND SUNRISES.. I really appreciate your time and talents!

Seattle, Wa - United States

SHAWN, Thank you for the feature a few days ago of my photo INSIDE THE RED HUCKLEBERRY in your group SEASONS OF BEAUTY...

Yelm, WA - United States

My pleasure Kym...and it's lovely to meet you! Yes, I so love work that allows us to experience life from another being's perspective, whether human, animal, insect, etc.....it's a kind of magic that allows us to realize "oneness!" No rain, etc here so far and now the sun is out! Let me know if you ever come down this way!!! PS I have made a huckleberry pie...yummmmmm!

Kym Backland replied:

Rory, thanks again for your comments and perspective on perspective! haha.. But serious you wrote it so well, about the human experience and the "oneness" we can have with another living thing! It really does make me happy to connect with life. Size does not matter in this case.. You reminded me that I need to pick those berries. I have left them on the bushes for the birds, but they aren't eating this for some reason. They are huge and so juicey this year..until next time Rory~

Yelm, WA - United States

I like this shot Kym, great perspective! v/f

Kym Backland replied:

Rory, thank you so much! A little less than an hour ago, I wrote you a long reply, and then...swooosh... the site went down for construction. So I came back to thank you for taking the time to look at a little Huckleberry Bush photo. I followed a bee inside the plant, and got to see what his point of view was. It was fasinating to look at these berries from his perspective. So thanks for noticing that. I have enjoyed your images as well. I see you are from Yelm, have you had the thunder, lightening, and rain there today? Have a good weekend, and thanks for the vote and favorite-ing...

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