I’m glad you are still getting lots of bees Christine. We’ve just come back from Dalesford and wasps are a problem, killing the bees!
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We’ve had lots of wasps, too, just recently but it seems the bees are outnumbering them again, thank goodness. I didn’t know wasps killed bees. 😮
More lovely bees – and lovely flowers to attract them. It makes me long for summer. Some spring weather would be good to start with, though. We’ve had nothing but high winds for several days now. Great photos, as always, Christine.
Thanks Millie, I hope your weather improves soon, bound to do so. We having cool autumn weather, with a little rain forecast.
Thanks, Christine. There’s no nice weather forcast here for a while. Still, summer’s got to come eventually. Hope all is well with you and your writing. 🙂
The writing is going well and I’m on track to have it ready for beta readers by the 13th. Geez, that’s going to be scary… you, I’ve only just told Mr R what it is about!
Oh … Good luck with that, then!
Where would we get honey if it wasn’t for lovely bees. How would plants and flowers get pollinated if these busy bees were gone or in short supply. I recall such a scare not all that long ago.
The pictures are wonderful. I especially like the first and the last photos. Great shots. 😛
Thanks Tess. There has been a big effort to save bees. They are important to keep things ticking over!
Can’t eat rocks.
Welcome back fellas, nice to see you still hard at work.
Hi Sue. The teddybear and blue-banded bees have departed, I’m sad to say. They were an unexpected treat. The others are hard at it.
I do love your bee photos, Christine! I wish I were a good enough photographer to take photos like that …
LOL. Paula, when doing the bees, I just point and shoot with my windows phone on auto and hope for the best. 🙂 Thank you.
That sounds like an expert pianist saying: ‘I just play the notes’ …
Yeah, but I can delete the dross, you don’t see that (unless I’m desperate) – but a pianist can’t hide those bum notes. 😀 Thanks for the compliment, Paula.
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