where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
June 6, 2016 § 19 Comments
is his vocation
the duty of pollination
Tagged: allium, bee, bumblebee, duty, flowers, food chain, food service, fuzzy, garden, gardening, insects, macro, migration, orange belted bumblebee, outdoors, pollinator, service work
Ah, ha! That is allium. I’ve never seen a closeup of it before, and I was completely intrigued by the structure. Is that a stamen poking out from the little green parts? I’ll go find out — after I admire the little bee a bit more.
Love the flickering light over the floral surfaces.
Wonderful photo 💜
Exquisite detail of this under appreciated worker ;-> Many thanks for sharing.
Great shot. I love the details. Lovely colors.
Such a great photo.
Great bumble bee macro! 🙂
What a spectacular shot !
He looks so soft.
What a lovely bumblebee!
Stunning image, love the brilliant colors and delightful verse.
This one outdid itself, such a creature and creation–you, the good witness
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I have so many of those bumblebees in the gardens living out their “vocation”. Liked your post. My garden blog is: gardensatwaterseast.blopgspot.com Some followers may like the blog – lots of photos.
Love the colors and intricate detail captured in this photo and accompanying words.
Great capture, Catherine.
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