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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Do you see what I see?

Do you see what I see?  


It is a bee hiding in a Morning Glor-ee.   Sorry, I could not resist - Morning glory!




Snug as a bug in a rug...
 

Wrapped up tight inside...  Be sure to visit Blogging from Bolivia for more great macros!


Happy Friday and have a wonderful weekend! 

xoxo,
SouthernSass

20 comments:

  1. I thought I saw a bee! Great shots.

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  2. A tight squeeze it looks like! Bet it's comfy in there. :c)

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  3. Soooo thats where bees sleep! Great shots!

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  4. It's beautiful and so is your blog! Thanks so much for dropping by with birthday wishes. That was so sweet of you. I'm going to sign up to follow your blog. ♥

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  5. Thanks Betty Jo! I signed up to follow yours too.

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  6. Happy Friday to you too! If we can all stay away from the stomach virus one of my twins had, we will have a good weekend ;0) Love the bee.

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  7. Oh this Morning Glory is stunning. Bees are hard to resist.
    Lovely Lovely. I do love this last one.
    Great shots.

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  8. what a fantastic capture, well spotted!

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  9. Glad you took such a close look. Many would have missed the opportunity for such great photographs.

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  10. Very cool! It looks like a flower made out of ribbons!

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  11. Amazing stage that you captured this flower in. Gorgeous!

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  12. What an amazing macro! All those perfect details on the flower and the bee, simply gorgeous.
    Thanks for the visit and you are welcome to join Macro Flowers Saturday at my other blog.
    Have a great weekend!

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  13. I love these pictures! I think #2 is my favorite though.
    ~Sveta

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  14. Thank you all for your kind comments! I am always one to get "down low" and see what is going on with subjects. I am so happy I found this one! We were out of town and this was growing wild along a chained link fence.

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  15. wow thats amazing. We have few morning glories here so the bees don't get many opportunities to be so snug around here.

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  16. Holy cow he looked a wee bit trapped there for a moment. :)

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  17. It certainly IS snug as a bug! Cool macros! The bee is slurping up every last bit of summer.

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