April 07, 2021

Wordless Daffodil Treasure

daffodil treasure 1

daffodil treasure 2

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    1. It's a beautiful spring so far, isn't it? The cooler weather ahead will hold the blooms longer.

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    1. I was so surprised to see the bee there. When the weather warmed up, it was gone. :)

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    1. Seems like a good place to hide and hang out until better weather. ;-)

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  4. Great capture! Looks like he is in a tunnel of goodness!

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    1. Thank you. I was surprised to see the bee after I gathered the flowers. I just left it there, and when the weather warmed, it flew off. :)

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  5. What a lovely photo, the bee looks safe inside the Daffodil.

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    1. Thank you. It seemed so peaceful in there, and spent a few days in that warm cocoon until the weather warmed.

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  6. Beautiful!
    Have a wonderful day!

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    1. The daffodils are appreciated by the bees and the people. :) Enjoy your day, too, Lea!

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  7. I love busy bees - great photos!

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    1. Me, too, Margaret. This bee was resting for a few days in the bloom about a week ago. When the weather warmed, it flew away. :)

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  8. Hello little garden friend, welcome spring. :-)

    Amazing photos!!

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    1. Yes, little garden friend is right. :) Thank you, Carla. Happy spring!

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  9. This is such a perfect moment, Beth! Love it.

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    1. Thank you, Susie! It was such a thrill to find that little bee resting in the flower, and even more of a thrill when it flew out later. It was a safe place for a rest. :)

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  10. What a perfect backdrop for that bee! :)

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  11. Sweet! They're made for each other.

    And what a warm, glowing daffodil. Happy spring!

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    1. Yes, indeed. The daffodils have been such a great addition to the garden, for many reasons--beauty, great cut flowers, rabbits don't eat them, and they're bee havens. Happy spring!

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  12. What a stunning shot ! .. Daffs are my favorite Spring flower and to have a beautiful bee in there ? couldn't be more perfect ;-)
    Well done you !

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