2018 Fish Ohio Crappie - 17" long
love the snowdrops!
The bees are great cross pollinators. Really love how you capture your macros!P.S. I think you put in the wrong link at the TF website. If you have time to correct it before you go.Enjoy wherever you are!
Tom what a beautiful shot! The colors are vividly fantastic! Be safe on your trip and may God be with you!
Very interesting! The first picture is funny, seems like the bee is diving really into the flower... :)God bless you!Cezar
Look at all the pollen that bee has collected! Any more and he won't be able to fly! ~karen
Great shots :) We don't have many flowers in bloom around here, but the snowdrops are out in their thousands!
Beautiful flowers, love the bee!
I haven't seen any bees yet. You got great captures of them.I like the nifty little shadow too.Safe travels!
Tom, These are super shots.I love the shadows too.
GReat capture of the bee on your flower. LOve the feeling of spring.
The bees are out! That's wonderful. :)
It's so cold today! None about in My Muskoka . I'm glad to share yours!!!!
Gorgeous shot of the snowdrops, Tom! I like the shadow on the rock too - it's perfect.
I don't think I have told you --but I really like your new template... I love the stretch ones the best.... Great pictures of the little crocuses... Those are the only flowers we have in bloom here so far this spring. AND--it's going to get cold again tonight.... Gads!!!Betsy
Great capture...I can't believe they had that visitor! I wonder if they are here too and I haven't seen them.
Very nice flowers.I like this Crocus.
Sharp pictures of the bee on the crocus!
When spring comes, she sure does unpack! Wow.
I noticed some bees on our crocus yesterday. I think I got some pictures, but I haven't had time to check them out yet. The shadow of the snowdrops is wonderful.
WOW ... your bees are bigger than the ones than hang around my Nasturtiums ... lovely crocus and snowdrops too. Looks like Spring has arrived where you live finally.Hugs and blessings,
Amazing bee and blooms.Enjoy the springtime.
Perfect shot with the little bee visiting!
Our bees are busy too...they were going for the weeds I pulled today.
LOL!! He sure is covered with pollen Tom. What a great shot of him and the flower. It is wonderful to see the flowers starting to bloom again.
Very beautiful flower post, Tom. Wonderful shots of the busy bee on the flower!Have a pleasant, interesting and funny trip to Italy! :-)
How wonderful, I can hear the bees and smell the flowers!Thanks!I so miss this season!
Nice crocus and love seeing the bee does his work!
Sorry, for the inconvenience, FG, I wrote the wrong comment on your blog:P.S. I think you put in the wrong link at the TF website. If you have time to correct it before you go.This is intended for someone else, I just had all links open in different tabs, got a little bit confused.
Lovely flowers. We're still a bit behind you but looking forward to some blossoms soon. Thanks for providing these in the meantime.
wonderful flower portraits!
I looked at the bee up close... how can that little guy see where he's going?!
Great to see some new Bee shots-you know I love them :)
great photos, love the bee in the second one! Beauiful flowers :)
Hi Tom...what beautiful macros! This sure is a busy bee! I hope you enjoy your trip to Europe :D
Oh! Those flowers caught my attention. It seems you have a great flower gardens. How I wish I could have a cool garden like yours. Keep it u-pia-
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