Saturday, August 17, 2013

Orange Trumpets

Bumble bee on trumpet vine blossom

Honeysuckle blossoms in my backyard


I am linking to Madge's Weekly Top Shot.

23 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

beautiful!

Judy said...

Gorgeous!! I really like the honeysuckle!!

Gregory Urbano said...

i remember pulling the stem on honeysuckles as a kid in alabama, getting the sweet bit of nectar !

Jack said...

Nice captures.

Stephanie said...

Cool shots!

Randy said...

Love that first shot with the bee.

Phyllis Oller said...

beautiful!phyllis

rainfield61 said...

The bee blows the trumpet on a wrong end.

Pat Tillett said...

So pretty! Great photos...

Sandra said...

we have butterflies in our orange trumpet. i had no idea they would grow way up there where you are, but this is just like ours here..

Red Nomad OZ said...

Our Aussie spring wildflowers are a little way off yet ... so it's great to see your FAAAABULOUSLY coloured trumpets!

cieldequimper said...

And of course you got the bee too!

Betty Manousos said...

beautiful colour!

love them:)

Small City Scenes said...

Nice shots. Did you or maybe you still do--pull off a flower and suck out the yummy nectar? I did/do. LOL MB

Our photos said...

Beautiful!
Greetings from, RW & SK

Norma Ruttan said...

Because our country home's walls were once inundated with bees, I hate the bee's buzz, but I love to see them busy doing their job on flowers as lovely as these.

Kathy McB said...

Honeysuckle! Brings back such memories of childhood as we use to like to pull out the centers and eat the sweet nectar.

Lowell said...

Lovely macros and I not be just saying that!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Brilliant colour. I love the bee shot.

Lea said...

Wonderful photos!
Have a great week!
Lea
Lea's Menagerie

bailey-road.com said...

So pretty. I'll bet they attract hummingbirds too.

Indrani said...

Fabulous shot!

kelley jensen said...

Wow! What a shot.

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