Busy Garden!

Når man går ut i hagen en varm sommerdag, så blir det gjerne litt oppstandelse. Det er mange der ute som er fullt opptatt med dagens gjøremål og digre skikkelser, som kaster digre slagskygger så langt øyet kan se, kan virke ganske forstyrrende!
Men – setter man seg rolig ned og holder en lav profil, så er det rart hvor fort arbeiderne kommer tilbake i vanlig arbeidsrytme.  Og – når man først har vist seg tilliten verdig, så får man ofte lov å fotografere ned på 10 cm avstand. Da får man med seg detaljene! 🙂
Walking into the garden on a hot summer day, it’s bound to be a bit of turmoil.
There are many workers out there working their butts off in order to get things done on time, and large shapes casting shadows for as far as they can see will create massive disturbance. However, if you walk quietly to a defined spot and sit down, holding as a profile as you can, it’s surprising how fast things return to normal.
And gaining their trust it will soon be possible to shoot pictures at a range of 10 cm or less! Then the details appear!


Men nå skal vi la de flittige pollinatorene våre arbeide videre. Tenk på dem neste gangen du spiser frukt eller grønnsaker, men – de er også ansvarlig for store deler av den største delen av næringskjeden vår.

But – let’s leave this industrious pollinators to their important job. Send them a thought next time your eating fruit or vegetables but – they are also responsible for the larger part of our total nutrition on Earth!

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12 Responses to Busy Garden!

  1. Wow, LOVED this series!!! What a fabulous bunch of shots!!! Yes, bees are critical to us all!!! I’m happy to see more awareness of them at least here in Houston lately.

  2. Sartenada says:

    Gorgeous photos. I loved photos from busy bees.

  3. -Eugenia says:

    Stunning shots of very busy bees. They are some of the hardest working creatures on the planet. We owe many thanks to these amazing and yet sometimes unappreciated insects.

  4. Seenorway says:

    Thank you so much!
    Nice to see you back!

  5. I was missing out on appreciating his photographs. Excellent work! 🙂

  6. I already added it to my personal list of my blog.

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