Wordless Wednesday: The Bee's Knees

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  1. I love it! And what a gorgeous yellow flower! Great shot, Sandy!

    Have lovely evening!
    Sylvia

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  2. Industrious little beggars aren't they? Very cool shot!

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  3. great name and fun shot to go with it. do bees have knees? could be a delightful children's poem or picture book...

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  4. I just love Verbascum. It draws so many pollinators to it. Those lemon yellow blooms and that tall stalk work wonders in the blooming world.

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  5. A great pillar of yellow flowers!

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  6. Simply beautiful!

    I think I may have caught up reading your posts and leaving comments now.

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  7. great capture for WW!

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  8. Thats beautiful....Happy WW:)

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  9. Lovely picture! And the bees seem to be enjoying themselves immensely :)

    WW

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  10. That's just gorgeous, a beautiful flower with its little visitors.

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  11. Your photo is the cat's pyjamas, the sardine's whiskers, the bee's ...

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  12. I want to bee there!

    (sorry!)

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  13. Think the flowers must be very fragrant and sweet. Two bees are so busy now...

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  14. It's good to see the bees at work.

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  15. Fantastic shot of the flowers in a cluster.

    Thanks for indicating the image loading problem in my bog. I have taken care of it. The images can be seen now. Once again thanks.

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  16. What a beautiful photo. It is bright and cheerful, and the bees are super cool.

    An Arkies Musings

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  17. Great shot of the pretty yellow flower and the very busy bees.

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  18. Tiny sister in a yellow heaven!

    I always use
    "thous and thees"
    to bees!

    Aloha-

    Comfort Spiral

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  20. ops sorry wrong post comment *teehee*

    But Passing by from Click and Comment Monday... this is such a beautiful flower.. I didn't knew its called Bee's knees.. or were you pertaining to the bees here? lol

    ;-)
    ~Daisy
    http://inlovewithdaisies.blogspot.com/

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  21. They are one busy bees :)

    Happy WW!

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  22. They do look very busy! :)

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  23. Anonymous12:55 AM

    Now those bees wouldn't have to fight! :P

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  24. Beautiful kiss!

    Happy WW!

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  25. Such a warm and sunny yellow.. and very bzzzzzzzzzy. :)

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  26. So nice to see bees. We see them so rarely these days. My daughter's been letting clover grow in her yard to feed them.

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  27. im sure the bees appreciates every flower more than we do. nice shot sandy.

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  28. They have to work hard for their living - a great shot with a great title.

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  29. They're certainly busy bees. Beautiful.

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  30. Thank you for visiting and commenting!!
    Love your picture, great shot,
    Gisela

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  31. Great shot. Very well done.

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  32. that is beautiful!

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  33. Looks like a flowering beanstalk to nirvana.

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  34. This sure is a bit of summer loveliness~

    Spirithelpers

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  35. Busy bees on a beautiful flower. Nice capture.

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  36. Beautiful, as always, Sandy. I always get a feeling of uplift and faith visiting your blog. Thank you for being here.

    My granddaughter Victoria

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  37. Super shot! Lovely flowers and industrious bees.

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  38. Oh, so pretty! I went with nature this week but a different way.


    http://blondesherry.blogspot.com/2009/07/ww-nature-all-within-24-hours.html

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  39. So many different shades of yellow and yellow-green. The bees become part of the background.

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  40. a beautiful inn for bees :)

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  41. Haha, great title. I used a word play in my title too. Beautiful flowers, hope you didn't get stung!

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  42. Ah, something nice and sunny to brighten my day! Thanks, Sandy! I really needed that today!

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  43. What a beautiful verbascum, Sandy...I love the little hoverflies getting sustenance from its nectar...so sweet :)

    Who needs words, indeed, when such a beautiful photograph tells its own story :)

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  44. Lovely photo, so bright and cheerful, can almost hear the little bee's buzzing.

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  45. An abundance of bees knees.

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  46. I never saw the bee's knees so close up and personal.

    Thank you for that.

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  47. Interesting,complex insects ~ I love the yellow flowers ~ perfect background for the bees. Great photo!

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  48. This is my first time here - what gorgeous photos! That yellow really pops... Looking around here I'm reminded of the best of Americana... Just lovely.

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  49. Lovely color Sandy, this is just the kind of shot that can make a person smile!

    http://www.moorebloglife.com/2009/07/29/not-so-wordless-a-little-bit-watery-wednesday/

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  50. Beautiful flowers! Looks like the bees like them :)

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  51. I was trying to explain this expression to someone the other day. It didn't translate into Spanish very well.

    Nice shot of the Verbascum. The insects are Hoover Flies. They are beneficial.

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  52. wow what a cool title, i love it same with your capture of the lovely yellow flowers and the bees! nice shot!

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  53. Beautiful cluster, Sandy. Now am just wondering why it became a bee's knees. :) This is such a beautiful yellow flower.

    Happy WW!

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  54. I really love this great macro shot of these lovely flowers and the under appreciated bees! Thanks My dear friend

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  55. I love the photo. I'm a flower fan and this is really pretty.

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  56. Great contribution! Mine is up too :-)

    Btw: Since new here: Hello from Norway - nice to meet you!

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  57. what a great photo Sandy! It brightened my morning.

    Hugs and Happy Friday, G

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