Bee on Daisy



there is more than pollen and dust on this flower. Look at the top of the flower (where the petals meet the centre of the flower) and you will see a stray hair. I presume it blew there with the wind.






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45 comments:

  1. beautiful captures of nature's bounty

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  2. Hello Joyful.
    Beautiful macro pictures you show by Tina.
    Wishing you a good weekend :)
    Hugs Hanne Bente

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  3. It is simply awesome how you are able to capture the bee on the pretty daisy!

    Thank you for always visiting my blog. You comments are a wonderful surprise. Take care :-)

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  4. Wonderful....great picture....

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  5. toll erwischt
    LG vom katerchen

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  6. Bee and flower...... i like this picture!

    Christine

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  7. I like the feeling of getting closer and closer to that bee on the daisy. Cool shots!

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  8. Wonderful daisies. Enjoy your weekend!

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  9. Awesome picture of the bee and the flower daisy:) Thanks for visiting and have a flowering day:)

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  10. the clarity of detail blows me away.....amazing pix

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  12. Beautiful series of photos. Have a wonderful weekend!

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  13. So nice to see bees are enjoying the nectar from the flowers. That means there will be a honey somewhere. ^_^ Thanks for the visit.

    Mary,MI

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  14. Gorgeous shots. That last close-up was just wonderful. Love Daisies ... and love seeing insects feasting on blooms.

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  16. Great shots of the daisy and it's little visitor.
    I believe your been is actually a Hover Fly. They are one of my favorite insects to photograph with their pretty gold color.

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  17. Wonderful Macro photos from the daisy and her littel guest. Great !

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  18. What a lovely shot of both the flower and its visitor. Very pretty. Have a wonderful weekend and a blessed Sunday. Diane

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  19. Wow, such beautiful flowers....wonderful macros...
    Great quality and super light.
    Best regards, Karin.

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  20. Great picture of a beautiful flower...including the insect!
    Great Macros!!
    Gisela

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  21. Beautiful photos!!!
    Besos, desde España, Marcela♥

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  22. Very pretty! Love those daisies and the little bee :-) Thank you for stopping to visit me.

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  23. Great sequence!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  24. Beautiful daisies and what a busy little bee!! Great macro shots for the day! Have a wonderful week!!

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  25. Beautiful flower photos, very nice to see.

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  26. Such a simple but beautiful flower and wonderful close ups.

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  27. Great progression of your photos. With macros -for me: the bigger the better:) Have a great week!

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  28. I love daisies -- such a happy flower! Yeah for the bee, too!

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  29. I like how you have taken our eyes deep into the centre of this pretty daisy .

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  30. Gorgeous flower and beautiful macro shots.

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  31. Wonderful macro shots! Isn't theirs a lovely world.

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  32. I love this intimate look at the work of a bee! Alex and I often discuss how important bees are in the world; how ambivalentl we often are of them and their great designer in nature! Also, I love this idea of friday florals....

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  33. So simple and lovely.

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  34. Narvelous photo essay!

    Cheers … visiting from Our World Tuesday

    Tito Eric

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  35. Oh, yes, lots of pollen, Penny. Great macro shots. I bought a Samsung with a good German lens for macro photos, but I don't have a memory card that fits it. I so seldom get into the city (Medicine Hat) but next week we're going to Calgary, and I know there's a Future Shop close to our destination.
    K

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  36. Great series and wonderful macros!

    Thank you for participating in Floral Friday Fotos!

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  37. Catching up with your blog - what lovely close-ups (how did you stop the flower from moving?).
    Caroline

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