Tuesday, December 6, 2016

A BEE HELLO

Snapped this pic recently and we love it...
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I was taking some pictures of flowers at the farm and snapped this bee who seemed to be holding up her hand and looking at the camera as if to say hello... 

Couldn't resist sharing!

Enjoy!

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

Love it!! (And every post that you write as well.)

donna baker said...

Are you still beekeeping?

Elephant's Child said...

Great capture. Bees are too quick for me.

anne marie in philly said...

sweet bee!

Quinn said...

It's like a postcard - Greetings from Sunny Texas! :)

Donna OShaughnessy said...

I was just waxing poetic about our first snow and then you show this and make me miss spring. Nice going :)

Colleen said...

Stunning picture. It's such a Beautiful photo
Thanks 4 sharing this

Leigh said...

A waving bee! I love it!

1st Man said...

Well thank you for that!!

1st Man said...

Well, we don't have them at the moment, but I'm not giving up, ordering more bees for next Spring. I'm determined!!!

1st Man said...

It takes me about 20 photos to get one good one, ha.

1st Man said...

I like that! Sweet bee for sure!

1st Man said...

Now i never thought about that, I should recaption the photo, ha. Thanks.

1st Man said...

Ha, and this was literally just about two or three weekends ago. no snow for us but getting down to freezing this weekend.

1st Man said...

Thanks, it was a great capture for sure.

1st Man said...

Isn't it great? She really does look like she looked right at the camera and waved, ha.

Texas Rose said...

Sooo cute! Love that "waving" bee! You really know how to capture a great picture!

1st Man said...

Thanks for that. It takes a few to get the right one. Loved how this one came out though.

Fairtrader said...

Oh I should say she looks beeside herself with joy!! Why do we say "she"? I mostly use the she on bumblebees, because they are cute and fluffy... You have such a colourful and joyous blog, 1 and 2nd man are herebye rays of sunshine on my cloudy days! Hope you'll find Christmas a bright and blessed time on the farm. I bet you have lots of splendid recipes to share, better look in. You don't have snow I gather, bees in december?? Greetings to you both from Sweden! No snow, just ice, mist and some odd sleepy fat flies....

1st Man said...

Aww, how kind of you! Most honey bees you see out are female, the males stay at the hive on guard duty. It's fascinating. Funny though, I do always think of the big bumblebees so soft and fuzzy looking as female too. We rarely get snow in these parts but it will freeze on occasion. I'll try to post some good food stuff.

Again you are so very kind.

Tusen tack!!!

(hope we got that right!!)

Fairtrader said...

you certainly got that right, good work!! So that Bee is a honungsbi, honeybee!!! We learned loads of beestuff on our Applesafari this August,please read uf you got the time, on thebadhipperspective.blogspot.se/ the treat of an applesafari! You are also a brilliant photographer, I agree to the postcard thought!!