that made me smile! great thought!
The bees have been loving these echinops – and yet you wouldn’t think to look at them that they would pollen and nectar rich, would you?
Great shot, Cathy!
I took a few, trying to capture a group with as many bees as possible, but was really pleased to be able to crop this particular flowerhead and all those very busy bees
This is one sweet bloom.
Looks that way, doesn’t it?
It’s a bee-in!
How brilliant is that. Great shot. Off to find my password for my email so I can read your message
It was a lucky shot – I was taking the GBBD pictures and the bees were buzzing round these echinops so I took a few photos and this is the cropped version of one of them. The bee in flight was a real bonus! Is there another email address I can use if that is not really a functional one?
There is a home one which I am happy to give you. What is your email address I will pop you a message
Great capture and good crop
If you click on ‘My Sites’ at the top left of your blog and then click on ‘comments’ and find a comment from me it will have my email address there (it’s a hotmail one)
At least bees are willing to share space – unlike the hummingbirds in my own garden. Great photo!
How lovely, anything to attract the bees is a winner, they obviously love it.
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