BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

BEE AT WORK

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This bee was right in the thick of it, gathering pollen as he gave a nod in my direction. I used to be wary of bees and still have a great deal of respect for them, but I’ve learned that if left undisturbed they are not generally aggressive and just want to get on with the work at hand.

27 thoughts on “BEE AT WORK

  1. I have this fascination with bees and I can stand photographing them for ages. Thats a lovely photo you captured!

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  2. WOW, stunning, that’s one busy bee with all that collected pollen! 🙂

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  3. Look at this old gal with tattered wings. She’s logged some miles, now immortalized by your lens. Love the contrast of the red-tipped orange prongs.

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  4. Sweet shot, Belinda! 🙂 I used to keep bees! Believe me, when they are on flowers, you don’t have a thing to worry about. They are then in Candy-Land and are super happy!

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  5. Bee-utiful! I love the contrast with the orange flower.

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  6. Your usual sharpness where it matters, Fantastic crisp bee

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  7. It’s rare to see bees these days. Thank you for posting this

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  8. Great composition! Love the detail on the flower center and pollen.

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  9. Lovely macro, well caught.

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  10. Such a wonderful composition, Belinda!

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  11. I’m looking forward to the warm weather that will bring back the bees. Great photo. You can see the pollen particles on the bee. He’s getting right into his work.

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  12. Thank you, dear Belinda, for this brilliant splash of color of summertime life with the bee.

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  13. What a rich dusting of pollen on this bee!

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