“The flower doesn’t dream of the bee. It blossoms and the bee comes.” Mark Nepo
That is a great shot Judy!
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An image like this makes ME wordless. How amazing. Thank you!
Thank you. 🙂 I went out to take a photo of the lily, and as I’m standing there this bee starts helping himself to the pollen. I just kept clicking away and hoped I’d end up with a good one.
Great close up! I like your quote as well.
If you like the quote, I’ll take that as a compliment because you are an expert at good quotes. 🙂
Wow – wha a beautiful photo, Judy. Very nicely done!
Great photo Judy and beautiful lily.
Amazing photo!! Beautiful lily, but I LOVE that bee!!
That bee came visiting while I was trying to capture the lily and stayed long enough for me to get him covered in pollen. Made me smile so I’m glad you liked it too. 🙂
Reblogged this on thelaundryrocks and commented:
Beautiful, well worth following
Glad you liked it and thank you for the reblog. Much appreciated. 🙂
I sat here for several long moments just drinking in the beauty of this stunning shot and reflecting on the quote. There are multiple layers of interpretation. My favorite is: “Just ‘bee’ (:)) yourself. Never mind the opinions of others. After you’ve blossomed into your very best person, they will recognize your courage and independence and admire you for it!”
I like your thought process. 🙂 That little bee had me thinking all day yesterday. Here is this tiny little guy that a lot of folks are scared to death of, some are allergic to, but all of us are dependent upon him and his circle of friends to pollinate our food. For an insect that we usually avoid, he sure gets us thinking. 🙂
Wonderful shot Judy.
We went in a very similar direction today, Judy, except to bee arrived on my poppy. What a gorgeous shot!
That is a happy bee and a wonderful picture.
Lovely bee and flower, but the quote is the best!
What great timing–the bee and you, with your camera!
That’s one happy bee there ! 🙂
Love! Love! Love! How fabulous that the bee stopped and posed for you!!
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