Lavender Bee


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Macro Monday 2

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27 Comments on “Lavender Bee”

  1. How perfectly delightful, Pat!

  2. Jim says:

    Lucky bee! He must be very calm.

  3. artmusedog says:

    Elegant photo of the bee ‘in action’ for I HM2

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

  4. TexWisGirl says:

    love the dusky sage background on this!

  5. kenschneider says:

    It’s sad that the honeybees are declining. The science seems to point towards neonicotinoids as a major factor.

  6. Really fun photo, I love the color you captured.

  7. Minoru says:

    Hi,Pat. Nice capture. Good scent of lavendar flowers too. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Bruce Ruston says:

    Great shot, we are currently in a house share with a hive of bee. But they don’t bother us so we are leaving them be (no pun intended).

  9. Stewart M says:

    Nice. We must be in about the only six weeks of the year when we don’t see bees – not cold here by some standards, but wintery enough for bees!

    Cheers – Stewart M – Melbourne

  10. geanina says:

    very beautiful capture! 🙂

  11. Lisa Gordon says:

    Really fantastic close-up, Pat!

  12. Robin says:

    Pat, excellent shot!

  13. Soft, muted and lovely.

  14. John says:

    You obviously enjoy nature photography around your garden.

  15. Katarina says:

    I like your photo of the bee a lot! The colours and the composition – and the beautiful soft background.

  16. Leovi says:

    Very nice pictures, I like that pretty bee, full of power!

  17. Gattina says:

    What a nice macro !

  18. Mr. Bee picked a lovely place to be!

  19. A beautiful shot of this industrious bee.

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