Bright-Eyed and Bushy-Tailed Pollinator of Flowers by Wolf Read

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A purple coneflower ( Genus Echinacea ) provides ample pollen for this Yellow-faced Bumble Bee ( Bombus vosnesenskii ). A small swarm of these fuzzy bees diligently collected their booty from a striking cluster of Echinacea blossoms, all within arm’s reach of a park bench.

Canon Rebel T1i (500D)
Canon EF 300mm 1:4 L IS USM
1/500 sec, f / 5.6, -1/3 EV, ISO 400
Hand-held

Tisdall Park, Vancouver, BC
23 Aug 2010

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I am a natural historian and published author, illustrator and photographer. I also take photography commissions and have had a wonderful time with a recent project for the University of British Columbia Farm. Many thanks for visiting my little space here on RedBubble, and thank you also for your purchases—they are very much appreciated.

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  • linaji
    linajialmost 4 years ago


    October 2010

  • Thank you much, Linaji, for the feature.

    – Wolf Read

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