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Thursday, May 24, 2012

Bees in the Garden

The lowly little crocus is come and gone from the garden already, but what a splendor it has for the short time it shines. And notice the bee all covered in pollen. How he joys in the season and uses the pollen to make that wonderful nectar of honey we enjoy so much. Click to enlarge for incredible detail. It's just amazing to see how everything is connected. Without the bees to pollinate so many things our existence on this planet would be far different, if we had existence at all. As you observe, it does become evident that there is an intricate interdependency of all creation. And a Creator who made it and ties it all together. I "stand amazed."

6 comments:

Faye said...

What a gorgeous photo, Coleen! The colors are so vivid. and your tag is wonderful in the post below. I am commenting here because something makes it hard for me to comment on this blog. I'm afraid if I leave and go to the next post, the beach ball will spin and spin again!

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Anonymous said...

The intricacy and details I can see on the bee and flower are amazing. What a beautiful photo and what an amazing God we serve! Laurie (my husband's google account is named "SlickD" and he is logged in so I deleted the above comment and wrote again lol!)

Coleen said...

Thank you Anonymous for your lovely comment. Wish I could visit back, but it appears you don't want that. So appreciate your comments. They are always a source of encouragement. Blessings to you.

Dawn said...

What beautiful flowers I love nature look at that colour combo! thanks for sharing Dawn xx

pattisjarrett said...

Isn't it amazing how much pollen they get on them? No wonder our vehicles turn that color for a few days in spring.

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