Bees are our best buddies!
Without them we would be very hungry.
Here's an interesting link!
Have a sweet week!
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Amen to this. We need to protect our bees.ReplyDelete
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That's a terrific photo, good job!ReplyDelete
We need them to pollenate!ReplyDelete
We love the bees, and try to let the clover alone so they will have plenty of nectar and pollen and whatever they get from the clover flowers.ReplyDelete
Beautiful capture ;-)ReplyDelete
Have a bloomingtastic safe week Kathe 😷😷😷
Thank Steve Wait til tomorrows post! Cheers!Delete
As long as they keep to themselves and don't come bothering us, we can live with them. We know they do a lot of important work.ReplyDelete
Yay bees! That is a beautiful photo.ReplyDelete
I LOVE bees! I dislike Wasps intensely. Bees help us keep surviving. Plus they make the most delicious honey. I am fascinated by their colonies and how they work so hard. I hope your week is beautiful and I loved the gorgeous photo you shared. HUGS across the miles. Today I am here: annesphamily.blogspot.comReplyDelete
A bee in its restaurant ! and it eats with gusto !ReplyDelete
I like trying to capture bees on flowers when I can. I think I've managed to get a few pictures over the years. It not nearly as easy as I would think as timing is everything. Beautiful flower, nice picture!
Gorgeous macro shot of the beautiful flower and bee ~ ^_^ReplyDelete
Live each moment with love,
A ShutterBug Explores,
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PS. you can purchase anti ant/bee attachment for your hummer feeder ~
I never cut down the dandelions so that the bees have lots to eat!ReplyDelete