Today is a bank holiday, so no working, I can just use my computer for fun things 🙂 So I thought I’d do another blog post as there are more photos to be shared. A tiny solitary bee also visited that Osteospermum that I shared in yesterday’s post. If you compare these photos with yesterday’s…… Continue reading Teeny Tiny Bee, and more…
If you remember, I ended my post about Snake’s Head Fritillary the other day pondering whether the seed pods were nearly ready to burst open. Well, it was a few more days but they weren’t far off. This weekend some are already empty and some are just opened up with the seeds now visible. Hopefully…… Continue reading What happened next?
After my post about the Snake’s Head Fritillary, I thought I might show you another flower that changes a fair bit once it is done flowering. This is a Scabious as you would normally see it: The Scabious flower is not really a single flower at all, it’s a head containing many florets (small flowers). If…… Continue reading Scabious
In a bid to avoid my blog being entirely filled with butterflies, I shall try and make sure to include some other photos from time to time. The thing is that the Buddleia is blooming madly and the garden is full of butterflies so it’s hard to resist taking yet more shots of them. If…… Continue reading Bees & Grass
Here’s that shot of a Scabious flower I promised, without the bee. As is my way, it is a close up shot, and hence you can only see half the flower, but you get the idea, I’m sure 🙂
Today I bring you yet another bee… I can’t help myself, I am just drawn to bees! This time it’s a small bumblebee on a Scabious flower, taken this evening on a short walk after work. The Scabious flower is rather nice, actually not really a flower in itself but a collection of tiny flowers…… Continue reading Bee on Scabious