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After yesterday’s monochrome pictures I opted for colour in a big way today, focusing my attentions on the vivid pink cosmos flowers in our garden. As I knelt…

We have lots of plants and flowers that attract bees and get half a dozen species visiting the garden. But the most common we get are the White-Tailed Bumblebee…

I recently bought a new memory card and extra battery for my camera, ready for our trip to Le Mans, I wanted to give them both a spin today, just to make sure…

After spending most of yesterday shooting with a pretty short focal length I took a longer view today. We went for a stroll around the gardens at Audley End…

I went on a mini safari in our garden this afternoon, seeking out whatever wildlife I could find. Beside our patio I spotted a garden spider tucking into its…

I sat in our garden for a short while this afternoon, enjoying the cooler weather. I’d hoped to photograph our bluetit family, who I’ve missed seeing while I…

These large, hairy bees are generally black with varying degrees of yellow banding. Look closely at flowering plants and you’ll probably spot several species.…

I never attempted to take photos of bumblebees, but the other day, one was around as I was shooting wildflowers. It is such a cute little bug! These are two…

7th August - '1.1000th.' Using the app 'Camera+' I took this image of one of the Bumble Bees flowing around the Geraniums.although not completely in focus I was…

Bumblebees are endearing and familiar insect. Their animated behaviour and deep buzz as they fly from flower to flower makes them a delight to watch.
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