Thursday, November 5, 2009

Let It Bee

I was searching for birds that chirped behind dense leaves  at Cerok Tokun, but those humming sound was loud and irritated.

I had a big and colourful bee accompanying me! It might be signalling me for its pictures to be shown in the Internet. "If Kingfishers can, why not me?"

It never went away once I started clicking.

"Just keep clicking for your award-winning pictures."

The bee was very talkative and persuasive in order to gain more exposure in the virtual world.

Let it bee.

22 comments:

Diane AZ said...

Your pictures are beautiful! That worked out well for both you and the bee.

Tabib said...

Wow!, now macro work.
Beautiful Blue-banded bees.

Cher said...

the bee colour is very attractive! great macro shot of the bee and the porterweed flower!

Kirigalpoththa said...

That is a very attarctive color for a bee! How did he get kingfisher's colors? :)

Ratty said...

You're right, these are definitely award winners! You've captured this bee perfectly. I love the blue color on its stripes. I've never seen blue before, only yellow.

VanillaSeven said...

What a beautiful bee. I love its stripes color :)

Icy BC said...

Wow..that is a beautiful bee, and your photos are just marvelous..I can see that you have a wonderful conversation with the bee too!

rainfield61 said...

Diane: I just could not reject the request of the bee. Have to tell him about your comment this coming Sunday...

Tabib: Macro magnifies my joy of photography.

Cher: The Porterweed flowers always attract different types of insects. They love these flowers as you do.

Kirigalpoththa: Reincarnation. This is the answer!

Ratty/VanillaSeven: The blue colour on the stripes are glaring and attractive. I've never seen this before as well.

Icy BC: I promised to post the pictures in my blog, and it promised to pose for all these beautiful shots.

Mei Teng said...

That's a very colourful bee and I have never seen one like this before...with purplish stripes.

Pacey said...

Ah, I seldom see a bee of that color...looks like a match from the flowers he's enjoying.

George said...

I'm glad the bee insisted that you take its picture. All of these photos are great. It's a very colorful bee.

Salitype said...

that is one gorgeous bee, rain. your photos are always a delight to see!

breathtaking!

Ayie said...

You are a lucky bee! haha!

That's a unique color for the bee =)

Cheryl said...

These photos are so amazing. I had never before seen a blue striped bee, only yellow.

maricar said...

it is indeed an award winning shots rain, your Cerok Tokun is rich of beautiful creatures

rainfield61 said...

Mei Teng/Pacey/George/Salitype/Ayie/Cheryl: The bee is in fact very beautiful. Its pictures is a valuable present to me.

maricar: Cerok Tokun is a library to me. I am able to see many beautiful creatures and read interesting stories over here.

Footsteps said...

How beautiful! I had no idea that bees could sport such lovely colors.

jeannette stgermain said...

Wow, this bee - blue-striped!! Glad you showed it to us!

Bengbeng said...

wonderful Rainfield. if i could take more pics like that... nio i wont give up. one day i will take such pics too :)

The Retired One said...

Wow...is he blue??? I have never seen a bee this color before!
Great shots, I really liked them!

yen said...

rainfield61, you definitely should invest in a macro lens, and you have got great stuff and great composition, and a 100mm macro lens is best...

⊱↫PreciousKD↬⊰ said...

I have never seen such a colorful bee like this before! Beautiful shots!