This is a pretty good shot of a bumble on a larkspur. Mostly white with a tinge of purple. One of the things that I like about this plant is that it’s a self-seeder (an annual). Not only does it wander through the gardens some, but it also morphs through pollination. Different variations on color from year to year – and all due to the bees (and other pollinators). The background is fun on this one, too. Looks like sedums (or what used to be callled sedums – and that’s a different conversation – the constant reclassifying of plants (and other things)).