Macro Monday: It’s Bee Time


Monday 21 October, 2013 by Uncle Spike

My posting for Macro Monday.

Hope you all like it 🙂

Our farm gets very noisy in springtime – with thousands of bees
on the fruit trees… and the wild flowers.



This is a popular one, but the credit goes to Aunty Spike
in this case, she is the shutter-clicker extraordinaire
often around the farm.


11 thoughts on “Macro Monday: It’s Bee Time

  1. Ah, but I miss my bee farm– to work in, and with nature.


    • Uncle Spike says:

      Bees to photograph, fine. To work with, nah, not that brave. But we have thousands around here as a lot of pine honey is made locally – neighbouring farm has plenty of hives so we get decent natural honey 🙂


  2. It’s going to be 27 degrees tonight, it will be 6 months before I see a bee. This is a great photo!


  3. bobsmcg says:

    Great. Perfect symmetry (plonk a horizontal line through the middle….mirror image!!) Bit of a gem! Math Monday?……….


  4. Michael56j says:

    Well captured. Not an easy one, this.


  5. That’s an awesome photo, great job!


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