This week’s challenge: Masterpiece.
Nature’s masterpiece: the lavender twig and the bee near Valence in southern France. Celebrating a 2-year anniversary in the blogging world! Thank you everyone once more for your support and eagle eye!
[Fr] Un chef d’œuvre naturel: un brin de lavande et son abeille, près de Valence dans le sud de la France. Fêtant ainsi mes 2 ans dans le monde du blog! Merci encore à tous pour votre soutien et vos yeux de lynx!
[Es] Una obra maestra de la naturaleza: una brizna de lavanda y su abeja cerca de Valence en el sur de Francia. ¡Celebrando 2 años en el mundo del blog! De nuevo les agradezco a todos por su apoyo y sus ojos de lince!
Masterpieces on the web:
Weekly Photo Challenge – Ese’s Voice
Weekly Photo Challenge – Rolleicord 3.5
Weekly Photo Challenge – Let There Be Peace on Earth
Weekly Photo Challenge – Travels and Trifles
Weekly Photo Challenge – Nancy Merill Photography
Marvel at everyone else’s masterpieces on the Dailypost!
I wish you all a week-end full of beauty!
24 commentaires sur “Weekly Photo Challenge: Masterpiece”
Lovely pics, quelle belle photographie:)
thanks for stopping by and sending me kind words! Have a superb week!
Doing my best! and trying a hand at macro… thanks for stopping by!
What a brilliant photo. Definitely a masterpiece of nature!
Lovely. And congratulations!
thank you so much for saying so!
Thanks for the pingback Juls – love the masterpiece designation 🙂 Your choice is beautiful and a masterpiece of a truly different but equally wonderful kind!
I was once more amazed by your pictures, could only pingback at it! and I tried my best at a different shot for this week’s challenge. Glad you liked it too.
Congratulations on two year of blogging! May you have many more enjoyable years of it. I love lavender and catching the bee on it was perfect. I can almost smell it (the lavender, that is, not the bee.) 🙂
Thank you Janet! hopefully I can keep on enjoying myself in the blogging world and catch your eye once and again!
Lavender is so beautiful!
It is! and we were very hopeful to see a lavender field in full bloom before they harvest it! Done! 😉
What a beauty