Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Glory Bee!

The bee's in the yard seem to bee big fans of the Morning Glories growing alongside the chimney


So I caught 'em coming and going! Look! It's the Green Hornet! I definitely don't see those to often.



Bumble going in . . .



Bumble coming out . . .



Bumble shakes it all about.

Ha!

30 comments:

dAwN said...

Awesome!

El said...

wow! You did an amazing job with the bee. Gorgeous!

Laura said...

Those flowers look like paper, Sharon! How perfect - usually there are splits in them or bites taken out. So pretty!

Cindy said...

Beautiful photos Sharon. I hope you're having a good week.

Susan said...

That was a "buzzing" good post! Fabulous photos. You are a "honey" of a photographer! Susan

Robin said...

Lovely shots. I really like the last one!

Crafty Green Poet said...

those are amazing photos!

Jen at Cabin Fever said...

Great photos! The first two are especially awesome.


Cabin Fever in Vermont

Jayne said...

Oooooo.... I LOVE those first two images Sharon! So cool!

Kerri said...

Super!

Sea Witch said...

These are amazing shots. Like looking at a Nat Geo spread. Sea Witch

Country Girl said...

This is beautiful, Sharon. I just love that last photo. The perspective is just so unique.

Loree said...

What beautiful photos.

Anonymous said...

Your Morning Glories are beautiful. So are the photographs of them.
Lynda in Michigan.

Char said...

beautiful shots and you made me giggle!

sheila lynch said...

fabulous! I love morning glories and I love these pictures, great job! maybe taking a little break did you some good, these are spectacular.

Susannah said...

Hi Sharon...you gave me a good laugh this morning! Thanks. Wonderful pictures!

Susannah

Carolynn said...

I love bees! These are great shots, so beautiful against the lovely flower petals.

altar ego said...

Gorgeous! The beach plums in your banner photo make me so nostalgic for the New England coast. Sigh.

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Great photos!!!

Donna said...

Very cute! I love how you capture these amazing little creatures.

MaineBirder said...

Bee-utiful photos Sharon!!

Carole~Maynard Greenhouse said...

All great shots but that last one it incredible!!!
Hope u had a good summer!
xx
C

The Retired One said...

Wow, the color and clarity of these shots are remarkable...love the perspective of that last one too...well done!!!! Loved them!!!

Judy said...

I spent a long time with your header - I love the roses against the rock! And then I looked at the post, and I was just blown away! But morning glories make it so easy, don't they! May I have the photo of the bumblebee going into the morning glory, to save to my forever file?

Pat said...

I love morning glories! Those first two photos look surreal!

Chris Petrak said...

WOW!! - and the pictures of Exeter were wonderful too!

Karin said...

Words fail me or have all been commented already! Just gorgeous - love the different perspectives!

Snappy Di said...

Giggling over these. We have had tons of bumbles these past few weeks, but this morning I noticed quite a few less... guess it's getting late in the season for them.

Di

Becky said...

LOve the green hornet! Glrious morning morning glories, love the color!