Friday, September 9, 2011

The Pollinator...Part II

Talk about a busy bee!!


This little guy was covered in pollen....


so much so he could barely fly!!



I captured these wonderful photo's yesterday, as I walked around the yard,

looking for "pretty things" to photograph!!

I am never disappointed!!

Just in case you missed it.......The Pollinator Part I







15 comments:

  1. awesome macros! i don't think you need anything else! :)

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  2. Oh my, just don't know what to say that would do these photos justice Debbie. They are brilliant!!!

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  3. Wow, would you look at that. What amazing shots you got there. He certainly was a busy little bee.

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  4. Talk about getting caught up in your work! Outstanding photos.

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  5. I am in total awe that you can capture all of that detail!

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  6. I'll be at a loss when all of the flowers, butterflies and bees are gone for the season. I've enjoyed them so much.

    Great photos, Debbie. I just love bumblebees!

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  7. What great photos. Bees are so amazing. You did an incredible job. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. These are fantastic macros Debbie!
    I wish you a wonderful weekend.

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  9. Wow Debbie, I'm mightily impressed with these photos. The detail in them are fantastic. Never realised just how covered the bees can become. I had missed Part 1 so had a look at that too!

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  10. These are amazing Debbie I would love to have your camera. :) B

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  11. you know, when I'm a busy bee (as I surely will be getting ready for this wedding) I'm gonna think of these photos, and how you said he could barely fly...and I'll remember that it's natural for "busy bees" to be weighed down...and I'll keep flitting around doing what I need to without feeling like I "should" be able to "do it all" effortlessly. These photos are magnificent!

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  12. How could she fly, so weighted down?

    SOOC Morning Shadow Magic here

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  13. It looks like you took him and rolled him in flour!

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