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Tag Archives: bee
One reader (Katie over at Kate’s Insights) guessed two states one of which is the correct one. So let’s try this one more time shall we? I know you can do it and let’s see who gets there first. Sorry … Continue reading
The goal for the day was to go out and try to track and capture birds in flight but I found myself drawn to my old favorites of butterflies and bees and as we were in an area that was … Continue reading
F 5.6 – 1/400 – ISO 100 – 100 mm macro – Canon 5D Mark III Teri 📷
At least that’s what I’m trying to be. I have so much to catch up on still after my “partying” and there are many things coming up that I hope to get to. I’ve gone from early spring having to … Continue reading
Bee and butterfly; at least I think it’s a butterfly. No clue as to what kind but if you know please leave the name in the comments and thanks. After yesterday’s “stinky” post I felt something lighter and brighter would … Continue reading
With bee. How’s that for a rose name?
There were honey and other bees buzzing busily in the gardens and I for one was quite happy to see them.
A selfie, the view from behind the teahouse and a busy rhododendron hopping bee.
It has risen from the remains of seasons gone by – and false starts – to delight us all. We bid thee welcome, dear Spring, with open arms and joyful hearts.