Lovely photos, Bonnie, clearly worthy of a two-armed, medication-free, firm-wristed artist. Glad to see that you have not lost your fighting spirit. Having injured my back at the gym yesterday, I am trying to summon a bit of that fighting spirit myself. Onward . . .
Very Pretty! Heal soon!
Well you sure shoot better than the average able-wristed photographer. So sorry you're hurting. I hope you heal soon. Sending best thoughts.
Brava! For the beautiful photos. For getting out. For being fed up. For doing something about it. For being creative and sharing - what a positive way to release all that stuff.I'm thinking about you.
the path is very inviting....and the macros are incredible...and i hope you feel better soon...ack. how long did it take you to type out hose few sentences?
The path is so stunning and the second is so unique. The macro flowers just sing with color. Must have been soothing for your soul! Hope younrecover quickly!
Beautiful photos!! Hope you start feeling better real soon!!HugsSueAnn
Your terrific one-handed photos make me think of a kid on a bike: look, ma, no hands! You are impressive.Thanks so much for your kind words on Stella. You are a good friend to keep visiting despite your traumas.
The sun is still shining on nature's paintbox, I see. It must have been challenging to hold the camera and press the shutter button.
Your one handed ones make mine look like "four handed" ones! Beautiful Bonnie!
Loved the gold and burnt orange chrysanthemums, they remind me of persimmons in the fall.Have one good wrist...will point-n-shoot camera.
Amateur????? NO WAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You are fantastic...and these are stunning!!!! Your photos make my heart sing, dear Bonnie!!!! Love, Janine XO
Exquisite and hard to imagine with what you must be feeling and enduring right now. Wow, I literally can smell fall after seeing these :)I hope you continue to rest so you can heal yourself. Take care Bonnie!
All that and still standing? Standing long enough and securely enough to take these beautiful shots.Much love and best of luck.
Well, shoot, I don't have any of those woes but I cannot get any photos this good at all.
Beautiful photos. Thank you!
Hi Bonnie,I hadn't visited for a while... so sorry to hear you broke your wrist, but I'm glad you braced your fall- a head injury would be A LOT worse! And, you are still taking beautiful photos, despite your one-armed, pain medicated self! Hope you are feeling better soon!:)
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