My busy friend –

Min travle venn hadde ingen tid til småprat, men jeg fikk sjansen til noen små portrettbilder før han igjen forsvant ut i naturen . . .
My busy friend from the macro word had no time for small talk, but I managed to shoot a couple of portrait pictures’ before disappeared back into nature . . .
Vi burde egentlig sette langt mer pris på deres arbeid siden de har stor ære for at vi har tilstrekkelig med mat på bordet!

Actually we ought to give them much more credit for their never ending work securing food on the table for most of us!

(Compliments of SRB)
Please return me to INDEX for a new destination

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6 Responses to My busy friend –

  1. puzzleblume says:

    Lovely images (also the one that lead me to this article) and true words.
    Actually, the buff-tailed bumble bee queens seem to have had visited enough flowers (they need up to 6’000) to feel energized enough for building a new hive, so during the last three days I was happy to finally notice the smaller ones, the workers, so there will be more… hopefully.

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