Oh nice .. and that sky .. so blue!
What a great photo. I love it :)
Oh Robin! I wish I were there!
Gorgeous! Looks like spring. I know you didn't take that recently since you just mentioned the rain and sleet surrounding you today.Thanks for your thoughts for Ralph. He recuperated. Took three big guys to get him out of the seat! No way I could have done that.
Beautiful!Hey I met your Mom at the Altrusa meeting! She is so nice!! We joked about how we knew about each other before we even met! Yes, it is a small world!
What a beautiful blue sky - and the flowers are a great contrast. Well caught bee - I waited hours to get a good shot of one last summer,they kept changing direction! xo
Fantabulous! That's fantastic & fabulous mixed together, which is what this pic is & i love that blue blue sky!!!
I took it a week ago Patti, winter is a very fickle thing around here. A few days from now it will look like this again.
Wow, what a lovely capture. Love the blue sky and the bee.Have a great weekend
Looks like the bee is just pasted on the sky - it's actually so vivid! What pretty blossoms. Nice composition with all the blue sky.
This is a stunning capture! And glad to know there's always plenty to go around. Almond blossom I've not seen before. Thanks for sharing!
Caught in flight! Super shot!So longing for those blue skies. (sigh)
This has got to be the most interesting post today for me. I like how you captured the insect in flight. Joyce M
Fantastic, Robin!! The brilliant sky, the bees, the flowers! Superb! Absolutely gorgeous! Have a wonderful weekend!Sylvia
Pretty blue sky and gorgeous blooms!Amazing.
I love this shot. Brilliant blue sky, bees and almond blossoms. Couldn't ask for more than that.
Beautiful shot, Robin! The blooms are so pretty.
Absolutely WARM and gorgeous.
Okay, I am awed. Truly awed. Immensely. This is fatastic!So. I was just involved in a discussion of your kitchen. Is your stove set up with five burners? Looks like a cluster of four smallish ones around one GIANT one. Which is a pretty nice configuration if you ask me.Not as nice as this photo though. Wow. Just... wow.
this fills me with hope...
lovely . . .
Perfect capture. Those beautiful flowers against the blue sky surrounded by honey bees is just perfect.
Beautiful. The sky is gorgeous!My SWF
GorgeousI have a "bee picture" I've been meaning to post. I'll try now.
Oh NOES! A bee! RUN FOR YOUR LIVES!
Oh, that's so beautiful. Lovely flower and bee, and what a blue sky. Well done!Have a happy weekend :)
I once heard that bees were kosher, but WASPS weren't. : )
Hee to moneythoughts!I don't think I've ever seen an almond blossom before. They're quite pretty. And I am wishing we had the same gorgeous, blue sky over here right now! Happy Friday!!
Oh my! Perfect photo capture! I love this photo.Paz
Gorgeous sky shot!!
That's a wonderful shot! And the sky is a perfect blue colour :)
Beautiful almond blossoms. The capture on the bee is a wonderful addition.
Awesome photo! ps I have a friend and her family arriving in your city for a visit...I wish I could sneak into their suitcases and come see you.
Ooh, pretty! I like this one!
You caught a bee hovering. Cool! Thanks for your advice on hot water bottles. I actually did buy one for the first time several months ago. What a great foot warmer in bed.I even posted a picture of it last Thursday, hehe.
Ah, Robin, the distant memory of a blue sky!Lovely almond blossoms and lovely bee.What's this about hot water bottles ?(previous comment)- I'd have thought you'd have no use for them over there!
Your photos are so GORGEOUS! Love this sky and the little bee.
That's a beauty.... great find Daryl!... Pixellicious Photos
I'm not Daryl, but thanks :).
Unbelievable - what an amazing shot! That's how you can tell that you're a photographer, and I only wish I were...:)
Robin, the pinkish flowers against that extraordinary blue sky! And you caught the bee in flight! :)
Wow ... what a MARVELOUS capture! Love the clear blue skies behind the buzzing bee and pretty pink blossoms so much. Hope things slow down for you soon.Hugs and blessings,Sacred Ruminations
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