• Christmas packages tied up with string
  • Bronze beauty
  • Hoo hoo ho hoo
  • The color of brick
  • Early morning sunrise
  • Getting ready for saturday
  • Dinner
  • A misty walk to wendy's
  • Love, dad
  • Waiting

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08 May 2007


He sure is a beautiful creature.

I would hope that you would let him go on your apple tree. It looks like he has some pollen on him that might do the job on your apple tree.

Uh, hate to mention it, but it's probably a she, right?

you are funny!! you know that? funny, funny funny.

blaize - per your suggestion...

interestingly enough, i read that the females were all black. which in the poor birds and bees world is often the case; i am sure it's because they don't need to be pretty to attract a mate, their brains are working for them.... buy that?
he sounded pissed like a guy too.


Hehee...nothing escapes your camera.

orange-rumped... i love it.
it is nice to see a bee. we have noticed so many fewer this spring and i am getting really freaked out by all the reports of the disappearance of the bees all over.

I've never seen a bee with an orange bum. Pretty cool.

pretty bumble bee. Love the pillow. don't watch "dancing with the stars" as we opted out on cable, so i putting my catching up comment here. I LOVE the pillows. Your house is so beautiful . The lovie blanket is fantastic. Keep on Crafting a more beautiful world.

Bumble bees under a glass. I bet he was mad!

oh, i should have snapped a photo of the spider i caught strolling through my scrap pile this morning.....i put it in the planter outside, it always comes back.

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