Six Word Saturday – There will be lavender honey later

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  1. Nice bees Sue!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. When it is ready invite me …

  3. We are having special days for bees this summer here. Remembering how much they mean to the earth and to us humans. Without them we would last about 5 years on this earth…then there would be (bee) nothing for us left to eat. It’s the little things that counts. Lovely shots!

  4. Nice capture, Sue. I love the buzzing of bees and the smell of lavender. 🙂

  5. I can smell it from here, Sue 🙂 Fabulous!

  6. What a wonderful title for this post – and hallelujah! bees! They’ve been ins jort supply around the vegie garden at home.

    • Sue

      Well, this is the thing…I have definitely been seeing fewer bees around my garden, but there were absolutely loads on this lavender at the Walled Garden….

  7. Things that make my world special…

  8. Wonderful capture of the bees against the beautiful purple.

  9. Sonel

    Awwww, they are just beautiful! Absolutely gorgeous captures of these cuties on the Lavender flowers Sue. I love Lavender as well and it’s my favourite colour too. 😀 ♥

  10. There is actually a smell coming from your pictures.

  11. Lovely images Sue and good to hear they are doing well in this walled garden. Same problems here with drastically reduced population but there hives just in the wood just next door to us in the wood and so our garden is full of bees. The local beekeeper gives us honey from time to time and it’s amazing because it actually smells of our garden!

  12. I love the images and the concept!! lavender and honey how heavenly!

  13. The photos are so sharp I could imagine the scent wafting out from them

  14. How very beautiful! The promise of sweet scented honey is added bonus 🙂

  15. I have been getting tons of bees here; all different kinds. I was going to pull most of the oregano out as we are having drought conditions, it’s mildly invasive plus I’m not all that crazy about oregano. But when I counted five distinctly different bees attacking the oregano flowers I left it in – at least until a blue thistle comes out – it’s very fragrant but you can’t get close enough to smell it for fear of inhaling bees…. Great shots of lavender – the depth of field makes it magical.

  16. I love lavender. Such beautiful photos. Lavender always reminds me of my grandmother who insisted on only using lavender scented soap and bath salts and would exchange any other flavour she got as a present.

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