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Bee on Antirrhinum

So far I have only managed to catch the rear end of a bee in decent focus! I tried many times as it went from flower to flower, but no luck! The PiP is an antirrhinum from a part of the garden that is left to reseed each year.

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Nouchetdu38 said:

The bee was too busy having a snack!!!!!! Anyway, your two photos are very pretty!
All the best*******************
6 weeks ago

Rosalyn Hilborne replied to Nouchetdu38:

That can be my excuse Nouchet ;-)) Thank you very much for your kind comments.
Good evening.
6 weeks ago

Doug Shepherd said:

A pair of lovely shots Rosa, so very colourful! I know that feeling, they are not the most cooperative of creatures;-))

Enjoy your day, Doug
6 weeks ago

tiabunna said:

Beautiful images, Rosa.
6 weeks ago ( translate )

J. Gafarot said:

Plenty of Narure.
Lots of . . . will noy say de name.
But in life there are other colours and other days.
Excuse me.
6 weeks ago

Günter Klaus said:

Da hast du eine wunderschöne Pflanze mit einer herrlichen Farbe im Garten liebe Rosa,mir gefällt sie sehr gut,ich kann dich gut verstehen mit dem Biene fotografieren,man wartet,dass sie wieder rauskommt und bevor man abdrückt,ist sie weggeflogen,aber das wird sicher mal klappen,wirst sehen liebe Rosa,,ir gefällt auch sehr gut in deinen Aufnahmen der wunderschöne weiche Hintergrund:))

Wünsche Dir noch einen schönen Nachmittag,ganz liebe Grüße Güni :))
6 weeks ago ( translate )

Patrick Brandy said:

De superbe fleurs les Erysimum cheiri bonne journée Rosalyn
6 weeks ago ( translate )

José Manuel Polo said:

El día que lo consigas tendrás un subidón de autoestima, Rosa.
El éxito no anida en alturas fáciles de alcanzar, sino en abruptas cumbres montañosas.
Te hace feliz conseguir tus propósitos venciendo dificultades, si no las hay el mérito decae.
La flora no se te escapó y la plasmaste maravillosamente en forma de torre.
6 weeks ago ( translate )

Madeleine Defawes said:

Magnifiques ! J'adore !
Bonne journée. Amitiés
6 weeks ago ( translate )

Nick Weall said:

You have plenty of time in front of you to achieve the reverse of what you have so far
6 weeks ago

micritter said:

Really lovely flowers, Rosa. The color is absolutely gorgeous, as is the velvety texture that your superb photo shows. The bee is icing.
6 weeks ago

Helena Ferreira said:

Charming :)
6 weeks ago

Keith Burton said:

I love your main image Rosa.........especially the bee's bum, which is a pretty normal view of a bee on this type of flower (foxgloves as well for instance). It's nice and sharp where it needs to be and you can clearly see the pollen it's collected. I like the out-of-focus background and colours too.

The PiP is really beautiful and super sharp. Nice colours too and a gorgeous background.

We used to call these Snapdragons as kids and you could squeeze the sides of the flower and make the "dragon's mouth" open and shut.
6 weeks ago

Edna Edenkoben said:

What a gorgeous color combo! And that cute little bee is the icing on the cake...well, better not on the cake ;-)
6 weeks ago

Joe, Son of the Rock said:

I love the beautiful bright colours in this image, Rosa. You must bee very proud. LOL. Cheers, Joe
6 weeks ago