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A bee and a flower, I had to lay on my back for this one!! ;-)

Kwinana Western Australia

Olympus E-410

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blue, flower, yellow, plant, insect, bug, bee

Comments

  • Martina Fagan
    Martina Faganover 5 years ago

    An brilliant and superb shot

  • Thank you so much Tina!! ;-)

    – Jon Staniland

  • Evelina Kremsdorf
    Evelina Kremsdorfover 5 years ago

    LOL Bee butt :))) Sorry couldn’t resist!

  • Lol!! You make me laugh! Thanks Evelina!! ;-)

    – Jon Staniland

  • Munggo
    Munggoover 5 years ago
    Stunning Jon.
  • Thank you Munggo mate! ;-)

    – Jon Staniland

  • Brandie1
    Brandie1over 5 years ago

    Brilliant capture.

  • Thank you so much Brandie!! :-)

    – Jon Staniland

  • Vanessa Barklay
    Vanessa Barklayover 5 years ago

    Beautiful Jon, a great set!! :O)

  • Thank you very much for your comments Vanessa!! ;-)

    – Jon Staniland

  • Virginia N. Fred
    Virginia N. Fredover 5 years ago

    Fantastic, looks great against the blue sky, was worth laying on your back for huh? lol well done…gina

  • It certainly was worth it Virginia, it gives such a different perspective! Thank you!! ;-)

    – Jon Staniland

  • CJTill
    CJTillover 5 years ago

    Brilliant capture

  • Thank you very much CJ!!

    – Jon Staniland

  • Coloursofnature
    Coloursofnatureover 5 years ago

    This is such a beautiful clear shot, I took some last week of the same type of widflower with a bee, do you know what the name of the flower is by any chance? wonderful work, cheers- Valerie

  • Hi Valerie, thanks for your great comment! The flower is a Bermuda Buttercup, commonly known here as sour grass. Its botanical name is Oxalis pes-caprae. Unfortunately its a weed!! Which is a shame because I’m fairly good at growing them!! They are impossible to get rid of once you have them!! Jon

    – Jon Staniland

  • Coloursofnature
    Coloursofnatureover 5 years ago

    Thanks so much for that information, it grows wild along a road I travel every week, the bees just love them, cheers- Valerie

  • Your more than welcome!! Just don’t plant ant in your garden!!! ;-)

    – Jon Staniland

  • sfmilner
    sfmilnerover 5 years ago

    Greetings Jon; Excellent capture ! Framing, color and lighting all are well done !
    steve

  • Thank you Steve Your comments are always very appreciated! :-)

    – Jon Staniland

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