Weekly Photo Challenge: Close Up (I)

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Sunday 26 July, 2015 by Uncle Spike

This week’s first entry from me for the Weekly Photo Challenge is a bee spotted on a flowering orange tree on our farm here in southwest Türkiye.

Hope you enjoy this entry.

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8 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Close Up (I)

  1. That is close up alright. Brilliant!

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  2. A bee anywhere is a win for the planet what with hive collapse disorder and other problems. Upon the recommendation of Juliet over at http://www.craftygreenpoet.blogspot.com, I am reading The Bees. A novel about the life of a hive told from a bee’s point of view. It’s quite good.
    🙂 m & jb

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  3. Colleen says:

    Great photo!

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  4. Dragnfli says:

    I am glad you see the challenge and link to it, for some reason, it never shows up in my feed.

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  5. fredrieka says:

    Oh my what big eyes you got

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