It’s wet, gray and gloomy this week in February. Never the less though, I’m thinking of summer and the return of the delicate flowers and busy honeybees.
I’ve been working on my fine art galleries, and this is one of my newest creations. I photographed this beautiful penstemon (also known as beardtongue) flower in the all-volunteer Master Gardener’s demonstration garden early last summer. The garden is located in Kennewick, WA.
I’ve treated the image with a bold brush stroke texture to enhance the vibrant color and details of the original photo.
This pretty little honeybee is available as a fine art print in my Etsy shop, and you can get there by simply clicking on the image.
And just look what I discovered yesterday! A cute and very tiny katydid nymph enjoying a moment in the sun. I noticed him sitting on a green tomato leaf in my garden. The poor little guy looks like he’s lost half of an antennae, but that didn’t seem to phase him a bit. He has a very funny and cute way of walking with those gangly (and hairy) legs.
Meet Rhino. This beautiful black and white cat is currently in foster care, waiting for his new forever home.
He’s oh, so beautiful, with his soft and silky coat of black and white patches. He is a bit of a loner when it comes to other cats and dogs. He will get along with them just fine, but pay no attention to them. He’d prefer to have you and your lap all to himself. Rhino is available for adoption through ASAP (Adopt Shelter Animal Pets) of West Richland, WA. For more information about Rhino, contact them here.