10 July 2011: Silent Sunday

Silent Sunday

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25 Responses to 10 July 2011: Silent Sunday

  1. mrsteepot says:

    Oh wow! Another stunner! Incredible shot!

  2. Mcai7td3 says:

    Very impressive!! I have tried to take pics like that and usually run off screaming.

  3. Well caught. The detail on that bee could grace any nature book. Superb.

  4. Jo says:

    Superb, I could watch bees drinking pollen for hours.

  5. Nicki Cawood says:

    Absolutely fantastic! What a great capture!

  6. Kelly says:

    That is awesome

  7. Kailexness says:

    The purple is so vibrant! Beautiful!

  8. Lena doherty says:

    This is amazing, wow. Fab pic x

  9. Bianca Cox says:

    Amazing picture! I tried to take one like that recently on holiday but mine was crap. Yours is excellent. That is all.

  10. wow – stunning! Funny as my other choice for Silent Sunday was a bee on my borage – but, like all my Silent Sunday pics, just taken with my phone – so would have been shown up badly by yours if I had chosen it! Always love your photos Phil x

  11. Carolin says:

    That’s an absolutely gorgeous nature shot. Brilliantly captured x

  12. sarahmumof3 says:

    wow what an amazing photo!!

  13. TheBoyandMe says:

    That is amazing, looks like he’s gorging himself.

  14. Such an incredible picture! And one that makes me very envious as I could never capture a moment like that!

  15. PippaD says:

    Wow, great capture. and also buzzzzzzzzzzz buzzzzzzzzzz!

    (Also from http://www.pippaworld.com!)

  16. fireflyphil says:

    Thanks to all of you for calling in and stopping to comment. Sorry you couldn’t smell the lavender because the scent is gorgeous. All kinds of bees love it.

  17. Lavender is my favourite plant – even though it has a rather ‘elderly lady’ reputation! Beautiful. Thanks

  18. I’m not exaggerating when I say that is one of the loveliest Silent Sunday’s I’ve ever seen. I adore that photo. The texture of the flowers looks almost velvety and I swear I can actually hear the bee glugging the nectar! Beautiful, you have a real talent there!

  19. Wow – what an amazing picture. I really really love it.

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