Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Wordless Wednesday

a busy bee probing a grape hyacinth (muscari) in our garden

Spring is on its way!!!

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16 comments:

Hilary said...

Beautiful - it's great when the bee just poses like that ; That blue is amazing.

Indrani said...

With so many blooming like that your garden must be a haven for the busy bees. Great shot!

napaboaniya said...

This is a perfect capture! :)
Lovely!!

jams o donnell said...

Excellent shot. It's great to see spring in its glory and the bees doing what they do best! Happy WW

Gattina said...

Beautiful shot ! and what a feast for the bee !

june said...

Terrific photo...the bee is so unusual looking in the position you caught him. Thanks for stopping by Spatter!

Makis said...

What a great capture! Spring is hesitating on my side of France but it's definitely here :) Happy spring!

Nussaibah said...

WOW! How did you capture that? It's amazing...

WillThink4Wine said...

Wonderful shot! Hooray for Spring! Although I've had quite enough April Showers to last me for a while.

Alvis said...

Absolutely breathtaking. It looks like the bee is about to fly out of the picture and into our world.

Will said...

Great shot. It is amazing how the wings are visible even at the speed they must have been going! We have flowers and bees here too so I keep thinking it is spring. Then it snows!

SandyCarlson said...

That sure is a beautiful, beautiful photo.

andré said...

Nice shoot! It sure looks busy! :-=

lareine said...

to everybody: thanks for dropping by... spring seems to be a bit hesitant to stay here, but at least it does a good job in keeping spring frost at bay...

to nussaibah: how i captured it?... well, once again, by luck... i'm actually trying to get a photo of the flower, then it came along... it seems pretty hungry to notice me :)...

lisaschaos said...

WOWZA! Beautiful! You had perfect timing!

lareine said...

to lisaschaos: i think it has more to do with the bee's concentration on the flower than my reflex!... but i'm glad it's so busy with having its meal or else, i wouldn't be able to take this:)...

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