Where Footprints Turn to Flowers

Precious pollinators...

“…the Goddess Flora twirls and whirls through the countryside and where she dances her footprints turn to flowers, and bees, birds and butterflies buzz about her like twinkling stars.” –  Kat Morgenstern


Author: nancybond

A writer, photographer, naturalist from small town Nova Scotia, Canada.

5 thoughts on “Where Footprints Turn to Flowers”

  1. What beautiful words! Very romantic. As for the two creatures, there should be something special about that particular flower which they share.

    It’s a miniature dahlia…and the bees and other critters do seem to love them. :)

  2. Hi Nancy…How’s your daughter doing? I hope she is getting better. You always find the perfect words for your amazing pictures. I enjoy my visits here….Balisha

    Hello Balisha — daughter, Erin, is doing well. She’s got a long road ahead of her to regain full use of her left leg, but considering everything, she’s making remarkable progress. Her surgery went very well and she’s recovered from that part quite nicely. I hope Joe is doing well, too. Thanks for asking…and I enjoy your visits, too!

  3. Hi Nancy. That is such a lovely verse and what a fantastic idea to dwell upon.
    So romantic. Have a wonderful weekend!

    Thanks, Lona — you have a nice weekend, too. :)

  4. What are those yellow flowers? Remember a couple of years ago when everyone was worried about the bees? Guess there is no problem, now.

    The flowers are a miniature dahlia. :) And yes, it would appear our precious pollinators are making a comeback!

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