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Beautiful, just beautiful, Amanda. And while small , sure packs a powerful punch, a reminder of the wonderful world we live in. x
thanks, Marlish 🙂
VERY beautiful!!! xx
Thank you 🙂 A friend told me you can pat bumblebees. I wasn’t brave enough to try!
I love bumblebees 🙂
I actually gasped out loud at this. Breathtaking!
If you gasped then it must be a haiku! So beautiful: the colour of the flower, the bumblebee, the moment; its busyness captured – breathtaking.
Photograph as haiku—I love that, Rose! Thank you 🙂
Well, that’s a lovely response! Thanks, Angela 🙂
What a furry bundle of sweetness. Let’s hope we dont lose our bee population as seems to be happening elsewhere.
This particular one is a resident of Oslo, Peter, but of course you are right about our bees being endangered. If we lose them, we’re in trouble.
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Author of novels ELEMENTAL and THE SINKINGS and short fiction collection INHERITED. looking up/looking down is an occasional blog about writing, reading and watching the world...
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