Busy Bee

Posted on August 24, 2013. Filed under: Health, Photography | Tags: , , , , |

Photography - Bee

Wickedly difficult to photograph because they are true to their reputation of being busy bees, this guy was so tolerant of me with my lens stuck in his face.  Here he paused for a few moments.  I was worried he was sizing me up, whether he needed to become defensive or not, but after this brief work stoppage, he got right back at it.   I bought local, raw honey today at the farmers’ market which is purported to be a cure for allergies because when you eat it you are dosing yourself with a lot of local pollen.  The jury is out on whether this works or is a placebo effect.  But hey!  I can’t think of a sweeter way to fool myself out of allergy response!  In addition to this there are many other health benefits to eating raw, locally produced honey.  So why do people keep using poisons on everything from their lawns to their bodies which we know are killing the bees?  Think about it and I hope you enjoy this image of the busy bee who stopped for a moment.  I love his fur coat, I would like to pet him!

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What a wonderful shot!! Celeste 🙂

Thanks, Celeste! I love the bees and their honey.

Nice reading about you

Thanks for visiting my blog. Be in touch. Browse through the category sections, I feel you may find something of your interest.

It’s always fun to find another blog of interest. Thanks for visiting!

thank you dear

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