Very nice! And you have actual bees, the only ones I have seen so far!
So it's not just me!We have flickers here, some with beautiful red spots on their faces and under their wings such a beautiful orange. I've never been able to get a good pic of them, certainly not in flight when the color shows.Great pics as always. :)
Great photo of the bees! And I have never seen a Flicker as we don't have them here where I am. Interesting bird!Jen
That first pic looks cool I think, and the bee thats pretty close up.
I've been enjoying your posts and your photos are amazing. I have been so very busy (who says retirment is dull?!) that I've only been able to drop in and read.Hope your son enjoys his camp...you are right the come back changed kids.Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com
Very nice shot of the bee in the blossoms. We have flickers here too, and you're right- tough to get a photo of them!
Nontheless it is a good shot, he is almost framed by the bars:)
thanks lisa, for your nice comment. i pray you have decades with your dad filled with good health for all of you. your flicker is so pretty! and, as you know, my cricket ate a baby flicker...grrrrr. i read that three collie hasn't seen bees lately in her comment. we didn't see any honey bees last year at all. but this year i am beginning to see them but not as many. sure hope your haying will be completed. our hay guy made some round bales last week for his cows. take care!
Thank you all for your lovely comments. I should take the time to comment to you all individually but I am being lazy and thanking you all at the same time!
Ohhhhh...that last photo is absolutely stunning! I love it.
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