Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Busy Bee

 
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This little bee was happily doing his job in the azaleas outside my office yesterday. That is the trunk of a palm tree next to him. You can see him better if you click on the picture.

14 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

great shot! I liked a lot!There is a magnificent composition!
I love azaleas.It always reminds me my childhood!
Léia

B Squared said...

Azaleas? It must be Spring in the South. We have very few here due to the drought. Although, it is raining today. First time since January.

Nancy said...

Your pictures just keep getting better and better Louis! These are just lovely!

Jacob said...

Very nice, Lois. Thanks for mentioning the bee...I enlarged the picture and saw it clearly. This is a wonderful photograph.

Don't you love the pick azaleas?

Have a great day!

JM said...

Beautiful composition, Lois!

Beth Niquette said...

Oh, how beautiful! I have a soft spot for all bees, with the exception of yellow jackets. Bumble bees and honey bees are my favorites....they are very sweet and good natured. Gorgeous pic!

hadv said...

I wonder what the honey will taste like..

Leeds daily photo - Paul said...

Nice photo Lois. I love bees, saw the first couple of the year today, by the time I had focused they had buzzed off.

Tanya said...

What a beautiful photo Lois!! The bees are buzzing about here too!

Lisa Wilson said...

Very pretty!

Bergson said...

A flowery day is a day that starts well

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

I love azaleas. It is nice to see them. And I am glad you liked the palm trees. They seemed to be popular today. It is funny how we take certain things in our communities for granted and then other people's comments remind us of the uniqueness of the places in which we live.

Champ Townboy said...

Awesome shot!

Jill said...

Hi Lois, just stopping by to catch up on your posts. Traveling through cancercare with my sweet DH is a full-time job so I don't get out and about much these days. You have some very nice shots and I'm envious of the spring weather! Thanks for your visits and comments. Means alot.