Friday, October 29, 2010

Bee And Aster


When there is flower, there is bee! The wild asters are still in bloom everywhere around my home, and on rare occasion I still spotted bee.


The bee was in its own zone, and concentrated on sucking the last nectar of the season.  This year, I found two bee nests around my home, and when they started to come inside the house, I had to call in for help. 


We say we love flowers, yet we pluck them. We say we love trees, yet we cut them down. And people still wonder why some are afraid when told they are loved.
       - Anonymous


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18 comments:

  1. such beauty..such poetry! I am in love wiht bees...lovely post!

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  2. Lovely post and lovely shots.

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  3. Nice job capturing the bee! I wish our flowers were still in bloom, sigh. Bee season is over here.

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  4. "we say we love flowers, yet we pluck them. We say we love trees, yet we cut them down. And people still wonder why some are afraid when told they are loved"----so true, because the love can mean differently. beautiful shots again, Icy

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  5. That bee was busy, and he had lots of pollen on his pantaloons.

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  6. It's nice, Icy, that you still have such pretty flowers blooming and your bee shots are the best, I think, that I've ever seen. You should have every wall in your house covered with your amazing photographs!

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  7. Great post and lovely photos of the bee and pretty asters.

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  8. Icy, absolutely fantabulous!!! What amazing bee shots, Wow!!! Your message so true and beautiful as well.

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  9. Wonderful shots! A few asters linger here and also a few bees but mother Nature is definitely shutting down for a winter's rest.

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  10. Great shots of the bee - I love to photograph them when they are in their zone and pay no attention to me! :)

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  11. I love your shots. The bee looks a little scary though. LOL! I would be so scared to see that flying by me. LOL! I loved the saying too. It really does make a lot of sense.

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  12. Beautiful shots of the bumblebee Icy, she looks like she is very busy. I really like that quote, it is very true.

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  13. Love the quote, the flowers and the bee. In the first one it is truly bent over in its task.

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  14. that was such a sweet treat!

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  15. wow... great capture. love the detail.

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