I don't know of anyone else like Janet. She takes great photos......mostly of bugs. Her floral photos and garden photos are also very pretty. She's agreed to stand in our
Spotlight this week and tell us all about herself. She has an interesting story to tell.
Its so much fun to read about people in the Spotlight. Janet, you are an amazing photographer. I think if we could see more bugs close up, we just might appreciate them more! I hope you're finding some relief from your pain and think it's wonderful that you continue to learn and overcome the challenges you've been dealt.
Thanks Chris, I'm sure you would appreciate bugs more if you could see them close up. Pop in and look at the Daily Bug Logs, you will see plenty of close up bugs there.
Imagine yourself as one of those tiny bugs in a giant's world! They look at you too, not all of them but many do. They have 4 (or more ) limbs like us, a head, eyes mouth, maybe a different digestive system but there are some body parts we all share.
It kind of makes you think, what if we were bugs, maybe we could have ended up a bug instead of a human. Respect for all life is how I try to live my life.
I only get pain now if I do the wrong things, which at times of course I will do but generally I have adjusted. That's life, my life, the only one I have so I had to get used to it!
Name: Annie Western WA Zone USDA 7b Relax. It's only a small setback.
I agree with Chris. Now I'm going to think of you with an Aussie accent while enjoying all your marvelous photos! I can't see one bee, spider, or fly while gardening without thinking of you and your marvelous photography. Wonderful to read up on how you got where you are today, despite your challenges. You have so many talents and incredible spirit, and I'm very glad you share them here at Cubits. for JRsbugs and the Janet behind the name.
Oh no Annie, Aussies don't have an accent, it's the Pommies who have that! That's what we used to think when I was a kid, and of course we thought of all English people as having a plum in their mouths as that was what we got on TV with the typical BBC English of the time!
Truth is most of the Aussies came from here, so how did we end up with an Aussie accent? Must be the heat affecting the vocal cords! There are many regional accents here, it takes a while to understand some. You have my permission all the same to think of me with and Aussie accent, that's what most people here think anyway but in Australia I was often mistaken for English. Here I have been picked out a couple of times as coming from the Somerset or close area, which is where my father's family came from. Trouble is I talk too fast and no-one understands me anyway.
There's many talented people here Annie, including yourself, who also have a lot of spirit. That's what sets cubits apart from anywhere else.