Open Season

Dagen idag har vært fin, med varm sol og 10 plussgrader! Krokusen sprengte seg vei gjennom halvvissent gress fra ifjor og åpnet seg prøvende mot solen. Og der var de plutselig! Biene! Våre kjære ‘gartnere’ som sørger for pollinering og at mye annet i hagen er på stell, men hvor kom de fra? I går kveld regnet det og i natt var det faktisk noen  små minus-grader, men med solstrålene kom også biene. NÅ er de virkelig vår i luften!
Today has been a fine day with warm sunshine and approximately 10C plus!
Our crocus burst through the layers of old grass from last year and opened cautiously towards the sun . . .  And suddenly they were there! The bees! Our dear ‘gardeners’ who
see to pollinations and that everything else is in order, but – where were they coming from?
Last night it was kind of raining a bit and through the night it was actually a few markers below zero? Yet – with the warm sun came the bees – instantly! Spring is in the air!

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26 Responses to Open Season

  1. Anita says:

    En makalöst vacker bild! Och så underbart att se det flödande solljuset!

    • Seenorway says:

      Ikke sant, Anita, men – jeg vet sannelig ikke hvordan det ser ut idag? Vi har fortsatt relativt varm sol, men i natt var det 3-4 kuldegrader!!! Men da var det jo i alle fall bra at jeg fikk dokumentert gårsdagens vårstemning? 🙂

  2. Deborah says:

    That is so pretty! It helps to brighten the spirit especially for those of us who are not getting warm, bright sunshine! Thanks for sharing this with us! ❤

  3. Annie says:

    Du verden! Det er jo vår hos deg!
    Her oppe er det store mengder med snø, og mere skal det visstnok bli.
    Så det er nok lenge til krokusen titter frem her 🙂

  4. jenanita01 says:

    We need to take more care of our bees, as we need them so much!

    • Seenorway says:

      Hi, Jeanita01 –
      That is true. Over the last 2-3 years approximately 30% of our bees have been lost – partly due to forbidden isecticides, but we really need to look out for ways to help them survive or we will find ourselves without essential foods one day!

      • jenanita01 says:

        That one day has come a lot sooner than I thought, but has little to do with the bees.
        Thanks to this blessed virus, our food supplies are vanishing!

        • Seenorway says:

          I guess that situation also in some way depends on where in the world you are living?
          But ‘yes’, of course the ‘corona virus’ will alter the way we live these days. That will apply for most of our world as we know it. WIll it be a permanent change? I really don’t know!
          It depends on how successful we are in fighting it or how long it will take to produce
          a medicine the will work!

          • jenanita01 says:

            Such difficult times…

            • Seenorway says:

              Yes, I know (and agree) and unfortunately I belive this won’t go a way in a jiffy, even if our politicians seem to think so. Virus has been known to survive for as much as 30 000 years!
              But we might obtain immunity against this particular form of it.

            • jenanita01 says:

              No might about it, we simply have to!

            • Seenorway says:

              When you are young (18-25) you feel invincible and that nothing on Earth may harm you! It’s very hard to make them see it otherwise! Like it is for us to accept that this virus will spread!

            • jenanita01 says:

              We are staying at home and trying not to think about the future…

            • Seenorway says:

              I don’t know where you live, JenAnita, but most of the world will be taking a beating. I’m checking the progress in most countries on a daily basis and already there are a dozen countries with more than 15 000 infected .
              Tomorrow they are likely to have more than 20 000 and 50 000 next week! Lay low and stay safe!

            • jenanita01 says:

              We are in UK and everything is slowly getting worse. We have confined ourselves to barracks, and hope this is enough! Hope you’re taking care too?

            • Seenorway says:

              We are all very careful (except the young invincible generation that have somewhat different priorities)
              but I have a feeling that this will change the world as we know it!
              New cases of infection (in Norway) has kind of stabilized, (but it’s not going down) and across mot of the world it is still on the rise!
              The global count this morning is more than 308 000 infected which would imply something like half a million people or so within next week!

            • jenanita01 says:

              That’s terrifying…

            • Seenorway says:

              Yes, reality bites! Even DT said on TV that this virus business would probably pass in a week or two. (Nothing to worry about!)
              I don’t know exactly what it will take this man out of his stupor (or coma), but I have a feeling he’s slowly getting it these days`?!
              Things take time!

            • jenanita01 says:

              Maybe he should get the virus, just for being in denial?

            • Seenorway says:

              Yesterday he was holding a press conference listing up all the stuff he had been ordering for the states of California, New York and Washington, and after a couple of minutes he seemed to me ‘out of breath’, probably because he was so busy praising himself and his efforts, but it could also be an indication of something taking hold? I don’t know, but if it may help him getting his wits back, perhaps it is a good thing? 🙂

  5. -Eugenia says:

    Reblogged this on Eugi's Causerie and commented:
    Sharing a beautiful and cheery photo by See Norway –

  6. -Eugenia says:

    It’s so nice to see a beautiful cheery flower with busy bees! Beautiful photos, Svein!

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