Tuesday, May 12, 2009

A great place to Bee

I love spring. I hope you enjoy my bee shots.



Check out the pollen on his legs!



I took this one from Bee-hind!




Thanks for stopping by,
Craig Glenn

14 comments:

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

Indeed I do like them. :) You are getting better and better. I think it is about time I stopped posting insects, the competition is getting too stiff around here. These guys down in Florida are outdoing me. :)

Really excellent shots Craig.

Craig Glenn said...

LOL Thanks Joan, there is no danger of me catching you! Sad news is I took about 50 shots for these 7.

Thanks again,

Craig Glenn

Leedra said...

2nd shot is the best!

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Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Great shots.This kind of pictures are not that easy to get.
Blessings,Ruth

Elaine said...

Beautiful! Wonderful photography and lovely subject.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

Still, you ended up with some lovely shots and the more you practice, the less you will have to take. Well done!!

Tina said...

Craig,
Beeautiful shots. These are sometimes tough pics to capture.but you did a very nice job!

Aunt "B's" Backyard said...

Beautiful flower! I always find it so fascinating that the bees transfer all of that pollen on their legs. Great photos!

Steve B said...

Speaking of Bee-hind, I've been behind on your postings! Sorry. I really like #3. It's good to see honey bees.

dAwN said...

Great photos of the bees,Craig..I have tried several times to get photos of those buzzy things but haven't had any luck yet...
I will keep trying...

jalynn01 said...

Finally I'm back to visiting blogs after the WV trip... I like your bees on flowers very much. I love to do that myself. Looks more like summer than spring to me. great job.

Abe Lincoln said...

You do have some very nice photos here Craig. I like the bee shots very much.

Bird Girl said...

Excellent, Craig! These are gorgeous pictures!

Jose's World said...

A great rhyme of words..for a title. Very nice capture of the one flying.