What the Bees See

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I’ve taken a bazillion pictures of this tree and its beautiful flowers, but always miss showing how really gorgeous the sky is here. We have little pollution, so frequently (not always), the sky is an electric blue.

The bees are going wild, as you might imagine, with all those stamens to check out, and I’m wondering if this is how they see it as they come near.

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About judilyn

RV'er, foody, caregiver, knowledge seeker
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20 Responses to What the Bees See

  1. tinycamper says:

    I wonder if the bees comprehend how absolutely gorgeous their pollen source is? And if they appreciate the blue of the sky? 🙂

    Just beautiful to my eyes!

  2. Dale Ellis says:

    Nice one, Judie!

  3. Kit says:

    Excellent photography. . .nice perspective, indeed! Actually (cough-cough), I think it’s the “bees knees”. . .

  4. snordenberg@aol.com says:

    So beautiful!!!! I so wish I could paint this Sure need to try one day. I still haven’t painted your picture of the path I think at San Pedro?? Have you been in the Club House lately ?? Our painting are hanging on the wall probably only until Thursday. I LOVE your pictures!!!! ( photo’s )

  5. Clanmother says:

    I love the word “bazilliom” and have added it to my vocabulary!!! 🙂

  6. LFFL says:

    Soak up as much as you can of that pollution-free sky. How lovely.

  7. Liz says:

    I love your description of the sky “electric blue” and what the bees see is even better. Roses are my absolute favourite!

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