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Oh, he’s BEAUTIFUL!! And the macro of the flowers is stunning. Get capture, Susan! 🙂
Thank you – a bee-uty!
Your capture of our friendly pollinator is wonderful! Nice photography job!
I’m going to coin this one 🙂
I love the positions of the petals! It looks almost dance-like, the way they seem to wave and bend. As though they celebrate the bee. A wonderful photo!
I live the waves too.
Lovely colours and textures!
The flower would translate to a good design for a pin cushion, wouldn’t it?
Beautiful! One to print.
He (or she’s) a cutie – I’m not good at telling the difference.
Lovely white tailed bee. Echinacea is a a great pollinator plant:)
The echinacea was looking wonderful. I took quite a few pictures of plant combinations featuring it. I might share a few more another day.
Look forward to seeing them
I keep seeing the white-tailed bees but not red-tailed this year. Why is that? A lovely photo Susan, I think you already know my love of bees 🙂
There must be a reason, but I couldn’t say what it is. They are both supposed to be widespread here, aren’t they? I’m even fond of bees after one stung me, though it took a decade or so to get over being pecked by a cockerel. In fairness to the cockerel, I was young and my finger probably looked like a worm.
Furry little critters, aren’t they! Some of them are not so little, however. The ones around my daughter’s house in Maryland were about the size of two marbles side-by-side. Great picture!
There was a massive one on a flower near this one that was so still, I thought it was dead. My sweetheart told me it was just sleeping.
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