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 find out, what kind of blossom this is. Can anyone help??
… can also be a bee’s predator. This one was a perfect model to test my new camera. Was a good choice. Have a look at this great sculpture of the frog and the bee.
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 them for sure. The commonly used German word is Sonnenhut. A sun hat.
This butterfly is called Zitronenfalter in German. Lemon butterfly. The literal translation from English to German would be Schwefelfalter. That does sound smelly and not as nice? The butterflies are attacing my butterfly bush these days 😀
These fellows visit all day long. The birdfeeder was put away from the garden and set on a shelf right at the window for the summertime. I thought to put it away to the garage until next winter, but these sparrows rely on it now and feed the leftovers (until i refill once a week).
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 a clue?
This little friend perfectly fits in colours with the calendula. Calendula or marigold is called Ringelblume in German. The curl flower? It is a famous medical plant. So I guess marigold honey must be superfood?