Flowers and a Bee and…

I haven’t been out in a few days and so walked out to the overgrown front yard and took some opportunity shots. The first is one of a rose on some sort of bush. What was really fascinating about this was the teeny, tiny, barely visible spider webs on the flower! You really must closely to see and perhaps on the web, you won’t be able to view the thin line. I cannot imagine how small the spider must be that did the weaving. You can actually see the reflections on the nearby buds, too. While I was doing that, a bee zoomed by so I went to the white flowers to take a picture of him. I noticed he didn’t have much pollen on him. That’s sad.

Web of a Teeny, Tiny Spider

Web of a Teeny, Tiny Spider

Honey Bee

Honey Bee

Chris - April 22, 2012 - 1:27 pm

Someday when I win the lottery, I’m gonna get a camera that will take close ups like yours! I think the macro function on this dumb Nikon I’ve got has gone south. Love the BEE!! Such a beautiful clear snap!! Have to admit I’m having a bit of trouble finding the teensy spider web. Probably my eyes! Gorgeous rosebud, though. Looks like a First Prize rose.

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