Love the bees Molly. I am so glad to have had two days of sun here.
We had a little glitch of sunshine her too, Olive - isn't it so good to see a bit of sun
Look at those little guys, head and shoulders into their work.Wow..thank goodness....for a while there Blogger wouln't let me comment.
I'm having trouble with the comment button too
Neat nature photos, Molly!! The first one I wanted to say Ewww! to. But I was hooked by the bees and flowers!!
I wasn't,but on the other hand was enchanted finding the grubs cocooned in the yellow pollen. My first reaction like yours was Yuk but then Nature is so amazing.
Great photos Molly - that wasp nest is amazing.
Sue I took the photos over the year last year. The wasp built it's nest in the reserve water tank shed at the top of the garden
You are an artist with a camera, Molly.Arleen
Arleen, I think it's through blogging that I discovered a real love of photography as a kind of art. I've discovered some amazing photography blog sites
Great photos, lovely bees, 'orrible wasps!
I think discovering all those little grubs in that mud honeycomb gertched me, but I found them quite amazing all the same. Chris, do you know what they are or what they could grow into?
What on earth is the third one down (yellowish)? It looks as if it has lots of little grubs inside it.
I've no idea what it is. We thought it might be some kind of bee's nest?
I hope you are having as bright and sunny a day as we are having and that we will soon be able to see these creatures for real again.