Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Wordless Wednesday: The Bees and the Rabbitbrush

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Bee on Ericameria nauseosa
bee photography, amy myers, amy myers photography, small sunny garden, desert garden, rabbitbrush, ericameria nauseosa
bee photography, amy myers, amy myers photography, small sunny garden, desert garden, rabbitbrush, ericameria nauseosa
bee photography, amy myers, amy myers photography, small sunny garden, desert garden, rabbitbrush, ericameria nauseosa
bee photography, amy myers, amy myers photography, small sunny garden, desert garden, rabbitbrush, ericameria nauseosa
bee photography, amy myers, amy myers photography, small sunny garden, desert garden, rabbitbrush, ericameria nauseosa
bee photography, amy myers, amy myers photography, small sunny garden, desert garden, rabbitbrush, ericameria nauseosa

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    1. ¡Muchas gracias, Susana! Buenas noches :)

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  2. The bees are certainly filling up their pollen sacks on the Ericameria.

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    1. I kept trying to photograph just how full they were ;-) These are about the best I got... The pollen is fairly bright, but what was really bright was the so-called Desert Poppy (Kallstroemia grandiflora) pollen back in September. All the pollen sacks were deep saffron orange!

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  3. I love the sunrise photo and the way the light dances around the garden. 7 out of the last 9 months in the world this year have broken world heat records (and by significant margins). I do hope these heat waves ease off for you - here on the other side of the pacific, we are just starting ours :-(

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    1. Afraid I somehow got your comment to Kris here, Matt! But I'll take the commiseration all the same as our temps are heading back up... Hope your summer offers a bit of relief after all; I'm certainly ready for autumn!

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    1. They seemed very contented, Kris, and very business-like - none of the rushing around I had to deal with earlier on the Desert Poppies!

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