Yellow and Blue Make…

Honeybee on a Muscari

So I do see the green in this one. I don’t know if they load from the top or the bottom of the leg… But clearly there’s been a sequence going on here given the colors and mixing of the pollen. Pretty neat. And even I see that green.

Someday, I’ve got to do an exercise with cropping really tight – finding those pollen buckets in tack-sharp focus – and displaying all of the different colors of pollen. Would be neater if I could ID the flowers from which the different samples came. I’ll keep an eye out as I look through my pics.

The light and shadows in this one are pretty nasty. But the bee and her face and the pollen and her wing…all worthy of a look. And the light looks good on her. And the decaying leaf…last year feeding this. Probably a lesson there if you look…

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Author: TheBeeGuy

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