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#834

And just like your self, conjuring up purity, innocence and goodness.
My hydrangea are blue ,red and all the colours in between.


#835

If you zoom in, you will see that my bee is winking at you Wilfred :slight_smile:


#836


#837

Almost thought this wasp/hornet had a cobra friend along😬


#838

I thought it was a piñata! :joy::joy::joy::joy:


#839

It made me look twice at the leaf too. :grinning:


#840

It’s a blue banded bee, a native Australian bee.
I found it in the backyard and watched for a while as it dug a burrow and got the photo while it was hovering.


#841

That ain’t no blue banded bee Brad that looks like a wasp.


This is a blue banded bee.


#842

Damn, I got all excited about that. Oh well, keep looking :roll_eyes:


#843

Never mind, it is still a darned fine photograph! :blush:


#844

You’ve had too many margaritas :face_with_raised_eyebrow::rofl::partying_face::cocktail::cocktail::cocktail:


#845

My thinking it isn’t a bee, I have been told it is a Sand Wasp by good authority, might be worth doing a Google to compare. But a great photo none the less Brad.
Regards


#846

Queen NoMs


#847

That’s a cool photo - how did you take it?


#848

I think it’s the fish eye setting as that setting is on my camera and gopro


#849

My hubby was in the house and I put it up to the window. The light shining through was a fluke. I love it because it had a Queen, a drone, a worker and emerging all in the same shot. It also shows I’m not very accurate in marking. Lol

Full on expensive camera as well


#850

I disagree. That is a beautiful dot. :blush:


#851


#852

She is saying, “Do you think my legs look fat?” :smile:


#853

I think only humans look so superficially at “beauty”. I’m sure the bees are all discussing the great colour and size of her “legs” :stuck_out_tongue: And she is thinking “wonder if the others will notice the goodies I have”.