Golden Bumble (Bombus fervidus) on a Giant Larkspur (Consolida ajacis)
Not all that much to say about this one. Just a Golden Bumble ( Bombus fervidus) on a Giant Larkspur (Consolida ajacis). Lots of pollen, though. And interesting how she’s got her head jammed in there pulling herself deeper with her claws. Seems the Larkspur was made for just for that. Normally, I like to include the eye in a bee pic. Seems if the eye is in good focus, it’s a good shot. But this one was compelling to me – eye or no.
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I love to see the full ‘bumble-fur’ on these creatures and catching the bee (with eye or no eye) on a complementary colored flower and at this angle was quite a treat this morning!
Golden bumble fur is especially grand on a cold snowy day:)