On the move . . .

Jeg nevnte forleden at jeg hadde planer om å ta noen bilder av alle mine slaver (gratis-arbeidende) i vår hage, og selv om jeg ikke er 100% tifreds med resultatet, så er det tross alt bilder som vil gi dere et bevis på at det fortsatt er ‘pollinatorer’ i arbeid der ute . . .
Så først må man servere maten –

The other day I mentioned that I was about to shoot a few pictures of my slaves (the critters working our garden without pay 🙂 ) and even if I’m not quite happy with the result, it’s still proof that there are still pollinators at work out there . . .
So first thing you present the food –
Deretter begynner ting å skje –
Then things start to happen –

Det er fortsatt humler der ute, men – enkelte arter som har vært her lenge har blitt erstattet av andre . . .
There are still bublebees out there, but some species that have been here for years and years seems to have been replaced by new species that have not been here before . . .?
Og det ser ut som de fleste har det ganske travelt –
And most of them look pretty busy –
Han lander ganske forsiktig og passer seg for ikke å slå vingene borti fremmedlegemer –
He lands rather carefully making sure his wings doesn’t get damaged hitting on petals –
Dette er faktisk en ny aktør som ankommer (som dere kan se om dere kikker på bildenummeret.) Men når solen tar tak, så øker trafikken i luftrommet! 🙂

This is actually a new flight coming in(as you may see if you will look at the picture numbers) But when the sun takes hold, there is a substantial increase in traffic volumes throughout the air space . . . 🙂
Ikke forstyrr meg. Jeg har det travelt!
Please don’t disturb me! I’m in a hurry!
Hei, flytt litt på deg. Jeg trenger plass til landingen!
Hey you! Move over! I need more space for my landing!
Ah, jeg var egentlig ikke helt ferdig, men det derre svarte røret virker ikke tillitvekkende, så jeg for bare komme meg avsted!

Aw, I really wasn’t quite finished here, but I distrust that omnious black tube you’re pointing at me, so I’d better get packing . . .

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

 

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10 Responses to On the move . . .

  1. I love watching the little busy bees at work and butterflies too! Love those purple flowers!

  2. utesmile says:

    What lovely pictures. Love those slaves!

  3. -Eugenia says:

    Awesome shots of bees I’m glad to see they’re busy bees.

  4. Paola says:

    Very beautiful pictures! Bees are so important. Do you have honey in Norway?

    • Seenorway says:

      Where there are bees, there are honey, Paola! Yes, throughout the country there are farmers having bees as an extra income! And there are many types depending a bit on the land and the biotop where they live.

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