yesterday I went to the community garden area to put some stuff in the compost bin. When I got there I was surprised to see a flower sticking out of a bin with a bee busy working away. It was rather nice out but the cooler temps and rain are supposed to return for the weekend.
A força e beleza da natureza.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e boa Primavera.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
How nice to see the flower and bee. Such a stark contrast to the surroundings. We had snow flurries yesterday and very cold wind.ReplyDelete
That's nice Bill. You have one more flower in bloom than what we have here.ReplyDelete
...no flowers here yet!ReplyDelete
Beauty from ashes, Bill! Gorgeous shot of the bee inside the daffodil trumpet!ReplyDelete
Looks good and gives hope for the future.ReplyDelete
There's beauty everywhere for those who take the time to look.ReplyDelete
Amazing pictures Bill, such a beauty bright flower all alone and the Bee has found it!ReplyDelete
What a treasure among the compost! The bee is an added bonus!ReplyDelete
Love the tenacity of nature. The blossom should give us all motivation for determination! Having problems with internet here at my inn in México. Hope you can find my Mazatlan Daily Photo blog: http://kate-mazatlanmexico.blogspot.mxReplyDelete
That's a brilliant close-up of the flower and bee. Well done. Great photo.ReplyDelete
Nice to see how nature always keeps going.
Groettie from Patricia.
With few exceptions, life tries so hard to keep on going. This is just a reminder....ReplyDelete
What a delightful surprise! It put a smile on my face.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful daffodil !
Great close up with the bee!
Have a lovely afternoon!
spring is in the air ! :)ReplyDelete
Early for the bee and the flower.ReplyDelete
Oh you have to admire the resilience of the spring flowers Bill, they will pop up whatever the weather ☺ReplyDelete
Perfect spring photos. Lovely to see both flower and bee at work.ReplyDelete
Hey, Bill, congratulations! You wrote a compost about to bee or not to bee! What a guy! Seriously, glad you got some good weather, even if it was a bit temporary. It got colder and more windy here, too. Yuck!ReplyDelete
You can't keep a good flower down! Love it, Bill!ReplyDelete
I love your curious its!!ReplyDelete
The flower brightening up the compost bin!ReplyDelete
What a pleasant surprise!ReplyDelete
Nature will have her way!ReplyDelete
Good job little bee!!ReplyDelete
Bees will take nectar wherever they can find it! Pretty daffodil.ReplyDelete