Animals / bee / Bosque / Clouds / Corrales / Cottonwoods / Flowers / Insects / Sunrise / Sunset / Trees Beehind And Beeyond July 28, 2022 Timothy Price69 Comments Dawn Dusk Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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Wonderful images of the bees in flight. Just stared at them for the longest time… Thanks, Tim for sharing.
You are welcome. I love getting bees in flight. They look very determined in flight.
My pleasure 🌸
What an industrious group those buzzers are! As are you photographer extraordinaire!
A heavenly sky blanket, and bees. Awesome.
Gorgeous photos and colors!
Excellent images of the bees. And your sky is always amazing.
You made some nice macro shots of the bees and the flowers…. nice work Timothy.
Gorgeous photographs of such beautiful creatures! The colours are so amazing and warm.
Bees in paradise… sigh!
They are happy. I’ve been watering the flowers for them. Thanks, Marina.
You are very sweet!
Just trying to keep the critters happy.
Oh, you do much more than that!
Lovely, lovely, truly xx
Your sunups and sundowns are generally rather splendid.
They are worth gettingup to seeing and going out to watch. Thanks, Couriers.
I think they need a bee air traffic controller. They are always running into each other. Thanks, einfachtilda.
They can do it all by themselves 😁
Maybe they like running into each other.
The detail in the bee photos is incredible!
You’re welcome, Tim.
Every shot had me captivated today, Tim. I took a photo of some mushroom cooking earlier, and got that blurred! Jealous? Me? Yes! Hehehe! Cheers.
Mushrooms do that. Thanks, Inchcock.
Lovely sky Timothy, it’s akways lovely to see the bees 🐝 at work, thoroughly enjoying natures gifts. I wonder if they notice haw beautiful their host is? 🌻
Beautiful shot Tim. 😊
I love the dawn and dusk cloud photos. The bees on flowers are beautiful, too. Looks as busy as an airport on those blooms!
Incredible details, beautiful, Tim! 😍
Are you getting any rain, or is it going around?
Hi David. Mostly goning around. We got a tenth of an inch last night which brought our total for July to a half an inch.
Amanda said it rained all night, Wednesday night, but they only got half an inch. She said the monsoon clouds are very impressive, but there isn’t much rain in them. It must be going somewhere else. When we get home in mid-August, we’ll see how dry is dry.
There has been some heavy rains in the northern parts of Sandoval County (I’m at the south end of the county) that have produced enough runoff to raise the Rio Grande three feet for several hours.
We just got 0.59 inches of rain in 15 minutes. A real gully washer. That rain brought us up to 0.95 inches for July.
We should have 1.09 inches of rain for July. I’m not sure how the weather station is calculating accumulations.
wow… stunning Tim. I for sure thought you would moon us at the end your post.. I’m always ready for anything with your posts which is why i love them so. 💖💖😂🌹🌟🌟 That sky!!
Wowza! Those bees!Those coneflowers! Those clouds! Thank you!
Gotta love the bees! You took real great shots of them.
That last shot is fabulous. I know they are clouds, but they look a lot like purple mountains.
The clouds did look like purple mountains. Thanks, Resa.
Wonderful photos Tim … wow!
Gotta a purple/lavender theme going on this one – The bee shots are great, but that last shot.. wow.