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Father has an Australian Bottlebrush variety in his garden; it was hooching with insect activity while in flower (which is sadly a rather short week or two). The Hypericums are the buzz though, the drug of choice for all bumblebees!!!








15 comments:

  1. YAM what beautiful pictures and the bumblebee selfie is excellent too.
    Hugs Cecilia

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  2. The flowers are beautiful and your photos are spectacular!!!

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  3. Glorious flowers! You have the knack.

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  4. Lovely! I always enjoy sitting and watching the bees!

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  5. Those bees are so nice! So too the flowers, of course!

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  6. oh how great... I had no clue that this bush can grow here too... maybe it is worth a try?

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  7. What an unusual coloured callistamen, and its a long way from where we would expect to find it so happily flowering. Have a good week.

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  8. Good to see the happy bumble bees on those beautiful blooms.

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  9. Your photos are so crystal clear. Beautiful flowers!

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  10. What a great bumblebee shot. You really got up close (or had a telelens of course...)

    Klem

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    1. Hari OM
      These were taken on 'macro' function - so, yes, very up close! The bees weren't bothered at all. Yxx

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  11. The first one that came up I said oh my gosh this is gorgeous and then they got better and better and each one was my favorite until all the way to the bottom and now I have to say that every single one of these photos is my favorite today. Wow wow and wow

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  12. Beautiful floral photos ~ and love the little bee ~ ^_^

    Be Safe, Be Well,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  13. Great captures! namaste, janice xx

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