Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
Camera girl... I would say you and your camera have been busy as a bee.
I love how I can see so much of what the bee is up toreally great shot
he/she is sucking up nectar like crazy.
You take AMAZING photos. This one is at the top of the list.
I like this composition and the details.
Don't think I've ever had daisy honey. Fine photo showing a slice of nature at work. BTW, that bee is a "she" as are most bees in a hive.
I get the buzz.
Great shot, I'm laughing at what Birdman said. :)
Lovely photography as usual and so good to have you 'stop by' ~ my Sunday Best was the Saturday post ~ enjoy ~ ^_^ (A Creative Harbor)
Excellent shot. I think his proboscis is a little straw. LOLOur Snap Dragons come up every year all by them selves. They are 3 to 4 feet high. I think they like where they are. Thanks for visiting. MB
Love your bee, and love your 'coons. Busy little things, they are... sigh.Greetings from Cottage Country!
It's a superb photo. But should you really use words like "proboscis" - I mean, little kids might read your blog! Sheesh! :-)
What a wonderful photograph this is.Love the focus.Happy Sunday to you!
I find bees to be fascinating creatures. Great shot!God bless you!Cezar
The bee really stands out against the white flower. Wonderful photo!
Perfect macro shot.
This is a beauty!
Wow - again- EG! Another great one.
Wonderful close up. You take some great pictures. Thanks for sharing your work.
This is a terrific shot (never could capture those darn bees myself) - I'd love to see how that proboscis evolved over time.
Great shot and nice composition. Cute racoons, but they can be pesty.
Wonderful close up and color.
Marvellous detailed macro!
Beautiful picture you show. Wishing you a good day :)
The bee and the daisy are so color coordinated, nature probably has a reason for that.Darla
I can see why this is your Sunday best. A fantastic macro!!!
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