Sunday, March 7, 2010

Bumble Bees Buzzing…

 

It won’t be long until we can see sights like these again!!!

 

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I can’t wait….

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27 comments:

  1. What a hopeful, beautiful mosaic!!

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  2. Beautiful...I think most of us are really looking forward to spring this year...there has been a lot more snow around the country (which I love), but I think we're all READY!!!

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  3. I'm back, Becky! Well, there you go again being marvelous! :)
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  4. You are right, Becky... Hopefully it won't be much longer. This past weekend has been fabulous!!!! We just need more of it --and a little warmer.

    Hope you had a good weekend.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  5. I can't wait, either. I hope we will soon have bees visiting blooming flowers in our yard.

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  6. This is a beautiful mosaic of sweet flowers and the pollinators!

    Spring is on its way!

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  7. Beautiful mosaic. Becky! I see that cute busy and buzzy bee. The flowers are gorgeous!

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  8. Great colors... and you're right. Won't be long before ALL the little insects return as well as the blossoms.

    Di
    The Blue Ridge Gal

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  9. You take some wonderful pictures, I think Im going to need to take a class on picture taking!!! Or maybe its my camera, Time to upgrade!

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  10. Oh, I like your header! I have been thinking about posting a picture of the sun too! I also love your bumblebees in the pink blossoms. My middle son (when 3) would be in the backyard and give a yell. I would ask him what was wrong? He was in my herb garden and he would tell me, "I was petting bees." He always wanted to touch the soft fuzzy part.LOL

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  11. It's so good to see the bees back in strength again after their numbers were so diminished for a couple years - lovely mosaic!

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  12. Loved the pictures that you put together. I can hardly wait for it to be that way. It is warm here in NC today and I went out to straighten up the porches after our snow last week. We have crocus blooming and they look so pretty.
    Love,
    Marie

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  13. Wow, beautiful pictures in your mosaic!
    And I love your header.......
    Hugs,
    Dolores

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  14. Funny coincidence, just today I changed my desktop photo from a snowy one to a honeybee in a white mum. Hurry spring!!

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  15. Oh, how very beautiful! I can't wait either, Becky. :) Thanks for sharing your wonderful images at MM. :)

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  16. Beautiful views (from your archives?) as you await Spring's arrival. I always enjoy your lovely photographs and mosaics and Zoe is such a QT ;-)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  17. shhhhh....
    i can hear that little gentle bumble buzz!

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  18. Oh yes bring it on!!!
    I want to hear that buzzing!

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  19. Love them! We had beautiful weather this weekend and I saw my first snowdrops today. Spring is coming! ~jeanne

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  20. Wow! I LOVE those shots...makes me so ready for spring! :) Gorgeous colors...

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  21. Beautiful mosaic..Wonderful photos of the bees and flowers

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  22. Oh, your beautiful header and that mosaic did my heart a world of good this morning....many thanks.

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  23. I can not wait either. I am working in a garden center and can't wait til I can dig in the dirt.

    I like your blog.

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  24. I'm with you on this one!! Great mosaic.

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  25. It's been a long hard winter here in our neck of the woods any green and pretty colors would be welcome. Great mosaic.

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  26. Love both of your mosaics, and really love the photo for your header! Awesome!

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