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KOK Okay, not actual snow :p But all these pollen flying through the air sure look like snow flocks!

Trees festooned with catkins are a sure sign that spring has finally arrived. These are Silver Birch Catkins. Male catkins elongate and shed pollen at the…

I spotted this bee darting in and out of some Sweet Pea flowers. The insects was covered in pollen and seemed to be gathered lots more.

It was interesting watching this bee dig itself deep into the Rose of Sharon bush in my back yard. It was totally covered in pollen when it emerged and flew to…

This little guy seems happy as can "bee" - I imagine him even a little drunk on pollen, stumbling along as he does what he was created to do. Thanks for the…

I love plants and flowers, but I have no green thumb. I have managed to kill a cactus. Twice. (and one of those times I over-watered it) Luckily the previous…

The Small Tortoiseshell one of our most-familiar butterflies, appearing in gardens throughout the British Isles. Unfortunately, this butterfly has suffered a…

I'm always looking to go beyond what I photograph all the time.  All of us should try new subjects with all their difficulties.  I found this little guy…

If you have been around Photoblog for many years you probably know who Laci (Kozuka) is.  His beautiful macros graced PB for many years and was an inspiration…

This is the reason Bear's eyes weep…he has just gotten brave and decides that anything that moves is in need of his attention….there were bee and other flying…
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