Bees, revisited

27 01 2009

Back in May 2007 I posted a photo collage of bees and wasps I have photographed in my garden as well as in public gardens in the U.S. and Canada. You can revisit that post here.

Below is one of my favorite bee photographs taken at Butchart Gardens on Vancouver Island, just north of Victoria. If you’re a garden lover, put Butchart Gardens on your must-see list. It’s spectacular! And if you love photographing gardens, flowers and insects, you’ll run out of time before you run out of subjects. I spent more than an hour just photographing the Dahlia Border garden in September! This was our second time at Butchart Gardens.

See more flowers from our visit to the gardens this past September in the links below:

https://cindydyer.wordpress.com/2008/09/22/butchart-gardens-passel-1/

https://cindydyer.wordpress.com/2008/09/23/butchart-gardens-passel-2/

https://cindydyer.wordpress.com/2008/09/23/calling-all-bug-aficionados/

https://cindydyer.wordpress.com/2008/09/26/pink/

© Cindy Dyer. All rights reserved.

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27 01 2009
Heather

stunning, stunning, stunning.

27 01 2009
burstmode

I know how hard that photo was to do; just beautiful. Yes, stunning.

27 01 2009
cindydyer

thank you, thank you, thank you!

27 01 2009
cindydyer

Thank you, burstmode. Are you a fellow photog? Do you have a blog or website?

27 01 2009
burstmode

I am at burstmode.wordpress and I point the camera and hope for the best.

27 01 2009
GraceanneGrateful

WOW ! All I can say is that is a beautiful picture, Cindy !
Have a great day. G G 🙂

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