Posts tagged flowers
This little bug — I’m not sure if it’s a bee or a hoverfly — wasn’t very happy I’d stopped to take pictures of the fall crocus flowers at the Lone Oak Cemetery a few days ago. I was sort of getting in the way of it getting something to eat. If you click on the photo it will pop up larger and you’ll be able to see some of the already collected stuff on its back.
This daisy may not have traditional beauty, but it still has it where it counts. And by that, I mean I took a picture of it.
Honestly, I don’t know what I’m talking about. It’s a picture of a daisy (and some others, now that I actually pay attention to my own photo), there’s really not much to say. Look, daisies. Whoo.
We have a pretty bee in a pretty flower for today from guest photographer Denny Barnes. His description:
On my walk today I noticed with the foxglove in bloom the bumblebees are out in full force. I really like my little pocket camera for times like this. I can almost stick in the flower with the bee and it does a pretty good job on close-ups. Anyway, this is what I got….
Looks good to me. Thanks, Denny!