Monday, June 15, 2015

Touch of summer

Bees on wild chervil - Anthriscus sylvestris  - ( hundkex in Swedish )

 
 
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24 comments:

  1. Exquisite photo, Birgitta! I hope you are doing well and enjoying the warmer months :)

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  2. Gorgeous image and I love your header shot! Have a happy day and week ahead!

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  3. Oh my! That's a fantastic image.

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  4. So lovely!
    Excellent macro images!
    Thank you for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/06/in-memoriam-ling.html

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  5. Boa tarde, linda imagem com captação macro, está maravilhosa na cor e nos detalhes.
    AG

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  6. That's a beautiful close up.

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  7. Amazing photographs. The bees are slightly different from those in this country but the effect against the lacy flowers is super. Well done.

    http://sugarspiceallthings-nice.blogspot.ca/2015/06/flowers-and-fog.html

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  8. Beautiful pic, sharp as tack on the detail.

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  9. nice picture. well framed also.
    greetings, Hilde

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  10. a lovely lovely macro; have a good Tuesday

    much love...

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  11. More beautiful photos. It's a superb macro.

    hugs

    · LMA · & · CR ·

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  12. WOW! This is stunning! Excellent pic.
    Happy WW!

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  13. I recently learned about these insects from an on-line friend. They aren't bees, but flies. You can tell by the big fly-like eyes they have. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hoverfly .. They are called Flower Flies of Hover flies or syrphid flies. They feed on nectar or pollen and look like bees to scare a predator away. Some of large and some are very tiny.... Michelle

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  14. I thought they were bees sure look like the same we have in Canada. Ours are in a hive.

    We call them humming bees. Many people get stung by them. Let me tell you. Ouch!

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