cute either way.
MUST get that l-a-s-t bit of pollen before winter. :-)
he is sucked fast getting enough pollen to last the winter. they get really slow when the weather cools.
Either way it is a fine close up with excellent detail and color. He looks alive n any case. Nice post.
High on nectar.
Too engrossed in its works of sucking as much nectar as possible.
Probably just hanging out!
When it cools down they almost hibernate for awhile. When we picked berries in June the bees would be like that early in the morning. Neat shot anyway.MB
I noticed a very slow-moving bee on a flower the other day, and asked the same question.
Wonderful shot the way the insect in the flower. It may be died or alive it looks beautiful...
The nectar must be incredibly yummy so it didn't want to move. ;) (Well, maybe.)
Great shot whether dead or alive. It wouldn't surprise me if it was still alive. I have seen flies that were lying on their backs with legs sticking straight up be revived when they warm up. Not sure if the same thing applies to bees :)
so pretty. you should have touched him.
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