Monday, June 7, 2010

busy little bee

spreading rumors through the neighborhood.
what do you suppose he's whispering into those tender ears?

23 comments:

Birdman said...

"What's the buzz? Has it stopped raining yet?" Delicate blue.

VP said...

Maybe she's only spelling words by herself!

Abraham Lincoln said...

Oh my you got bees already. It is a cool day here this morning. In the 50s. Not many bees out and about.

I am anxious to see what we get.
Honeybees, wasps, bumblebees and bees called sweat.

Then it will be time to get out the old screw on magnifier filters.

Cezar and Léia said...

I have a great fear of bees I need to confess :)
I prefer see these adorable and busy little critters in pictures!Thanks for this one, it's fabulous!
Have a nice week,
hugs
Léia

Malyss said...

"I love you, honey"..?

brattcat said...

Sweet, Malyss ( :

Hilda said...

I've finally seen a bee like this! It's huge and sounds like a plane! But the little jacket is cute. :)

JM said...

Beautiful capture! No spider web here! :-)

Small City Scenes said...

Honey, I'm home!!!

Neat shot. MB

Rambling Round said...

"No wax here, just sweet nectar!

Saretta said...

"your honey or your life!"

Sharon said...

He looks like what we used to call "yellow jackets" when I was growing up.

Amin said...

Good morning!
----I loove you-------
Beautiful photo!

Magpie said...

He's whispering sweet nothings and tickling her fancy....

Halcyon said...

What a great macro! I just love bees. Especially the big fuzzy ones like this guy.

Jacob said...

He/she is saying, "I'm agonna get your nectar, sweetheart!"

Beautiful shot, Brattcat.

Re the water at Cedar Key...yeah, it's usually brown/blue/black, depending on the time of day, the tides, the sky. It's not that beautiful blue-green so typical of Florida's panhandle.

But CK is all about fishing and clam-raising...not swimming...

Yvi said...

Great shot!

Jacob said...

Re your comment about Preakness...must have been hard to get to sleep! Especially if you had money on a particular horse!

Greg Dimitriadis said...

Great picture! You can count the hairs on the bee's legs.

Virginia said...

"Go forth and mulitply?"

Jilly said...

Just love bees. They've been buzzing about here for a while now but no I've no shots like yours. Love it. And your words which I always adore. Talking of bees, a very small one stung one of my friends - swollen foot and pain for two days. Naughty bee. It somehow got stuck between his jeans and socks and that was it - ouch. Happily the bee flew off and I thought they died after stinging.

Kim said...

I don't know what the bee said, but the flower said, "The first one's free, kid." From then on the bee was hooked ;^).
-Kim

Marie-Noyale said...

That may be the only time I would welcome spreading the rumor!!!