Cute photos of your vibrant garden. Regards.
These are absolutely gorgeous shots !I agree about nature ~ it is the greatest show on Earth :)
Great shots of the bees. I hope the little crab spider doesn't catch many of them.
Some very nice captures. Enjoyed the Sphinx Moth, also called a hummingbird moth. I chase all kinds. One variety of sphinx is a tomato worm in its larval stage. My cat brought a bunch in and I scolded her until I found she saved my tomatoes organically. She loves to share her captures, so I don't like the mice or birds. I have a pet door so a lot comes through. Laughed today talking how far I have went and hiked just to get a few butterflies this last week.
The white flower is a coneflower morph in my last post
Oh, how wonderful, Bonnie! I'm going to have to get my camera out there and see what's in mine. We were away for ten days and I know some weeds snuck in! Cheers.
Hi Bonnie, I just found your blog and I am enchanted. Your flowers are amazing and your photography is beautiful. I am new to gardening, not because I haven't tried before, but until our move to the country this spring we lived in a home for 33 years with a very shady lawn. Now we have one acre with lots of sunshine. I am having a blast digging, hoeing and weeding. It has been wonderful having more than you can eat and being able to share. I love that photo of the sunflower growing out of your greenhouse . . . that is a keeper:) I am your newest follower and I would love to invite you over to follow me back. I think that we have a lot in common.Your new blogging sister,Connie :)
You got some great shots there.
So beautiful! I always think of bees and butterflies and insects as "fairies" doing their work. Great photos Bonnie.
Bonnie, Your photos are outstanding. You were pretty brave to get that close to the bees (or else your camera has an awesome zoom!) I love the images of the hummingbird moth. I've never seen its little eyes before. Great post. Glad the pollinators are at work in your garden.
Lovely pictures! It's fun to see the close-ups of the insects.
Wonderful photos! I'm still waiting to see a hummingbird moth in my garden.
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