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Lifecruiser Bumblebees


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    Gattina said:

    I hope she didn’t stitch you !
    I am enjoying my summerschool, it’s very intereting what I learn in photography ! We have a lot of fun with 300 students !

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    Maribeth said:

    What a beautiful picture! I love bumble bees. They pollinate all my fruit!

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    Carver said:

    That’s a fabulous bumble bee shot. Gorgeous!

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    TorAa said:

    Humble Bees are so nice and useful. I even love the soft sound when they are around early in the Spring.

    btw. We are in Sweden. Guess where? You know.
    We will call before we leave. Just to warn you. LOL.

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    RennyBA said:

    … let me tell about the birds and the bees and the flowers and the…….

    btw. We are of course in Mariestad. Guess who’s here? You know :lol:

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    Nice phot there, I have always wanted to take one of those!
    Sitting in a jaiku friends kitchen in Tampere having a great time on my little tripku.

    Anderss kitchen in Tampere now, having a great times last blog post..Travelblogg

    DianeCA said:

    I love bees. I am not at all afraid of them. I have long since discovered that I am not a flower, and therefore if I just hold still they will discover that too. I enjoy watching the big fat bees fling in and out of the flowers, doing their little pollen happy dance and flying on to the next!

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    OldOldLady Of The Hills said:

    Hi There! Tor told ,e about your Bee Post because I have a long post with pictures about the Bees visiting a BIG Flower Stalk in my garden. You might enjoy seeing it, my dear! :smile:

    A. said:

    That is a photo worthy of a professional. A wonderful shot! I’m another bee-lover. I would have liked to have had bee-hives when we lived in the country, but sadly it never happened.

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    Ling said:

    Great shot, captain. If teh background had been black, I’d say that the bee was getting pulled into a black hole. :)

    Kuanyin said:

    Hey, I’m super proud of you–still blogging, twittering, and plurking while ON VACATION! Talk about buzzing! Oh, and beautiful photo!

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