Looking for nectar in a calendula and cornflowers. Both medicinal plants. The bees might use the healing contents as well for treats? The cornflower can
Thirsty bees in the bee’s pub. They seem to be chatting about the fountains water supply. It gets less this year
There is a net of hornets in the soil at my work’s parking lot! As they are a protected species, there is protection put up
I did it again! Got it in the air 🙂 I was so thrilled, that I didn’t look at the flower properly. So I can’t
The Echinacea is not only healthy but so very nice, too! I will try to get those ones for my garden next year. Bees like
Thanks to http://ceenphotography.com/2019/07/27/fotd-july-28-2019-dahlia/ I appreciate this way of sharing and finding other photoblogs to follow.
Applause! Not to me, but to the bee, landing on top of this purple toadflex.
This mimicry was still not easy to autofocus, it is sooo tiny. Unfortunatly I can’t figure out which plant it was grazing on. Anyone having
The borage is alive! Borage was used in German cuisine a lot. The greens as vegitable or to add to pickled ghurkins. The flowers are
frayed wings – not seen before. Maybe is a thing of age? Since 2 days it is a law in Bavaria to save the bees!!!
This is more a fly than a bee, but it is helpful, too. The bindweed is a weed, I know, but I like to keep
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