That. is a fantastic picture.
FANTASTIC shot!!!!! I love the focus on the bee (so that we see what it is your cat sees)...and yet we also see the cat. It's so perfect. :)
What a great picture, so clever. Your cat's face looks like one I had a child, it brough me a flash of joy remembering my special friend!
What a great photo! Is that Queen Anne's Lace? We have it everywhere here too!
this is an amazing photo... blessings~*~
In my humble opinion, that is an award-winning photo. And you were so quiet about it, too. :)Well done, Susan!
What a wonderful photo, I hope poor cat didn't get stung!
Your photos are spectacular!
Lol! A photo is worth a million words and all that...
What a very fantastic capture. Love it!!!
No one commented on the bug that is also in the picture. I LOVE your site, you always seem to know what to say at just the right moment. Things that we wish we could say but just don't know exactly how to say it. Love you and blessings, Jeanie, Upstate NY
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