It's lovely to see our gardens and parks attracting wildlife. The bees in our garden seem to be very prolific this year. Pity I don't like honey!
What a beautiful way to connect the B's in the natural world around us! Well done.
Love the flowers and the colors and the bees! What a lovely post for the B Day! And what a lovely world you have, Anne! Enjoy!Sylvia
They actually do look like the bottle cleaner I have in my kitchen drawer. Although my bottle brush is a dreary off white!
busy bees; beautiful butterflyROG, ABC WEDNESDAY team
Terrific photos! Wonderful B's.
Love the bees and blooms shots! Great choices for this week!
I love your photos. It's a good thing the bee was so busy!Donna - ABC Wednesday
We have lots of bottle tree bush around the parks and by the roadsides, they thrive on our hot climate.
Lovely photos Anne, - the bees and the butterfly and the cheery bottlebrush. Great choices for the letter B.
Fabulous pictures!Also, your profile picture is really lovely.CJ xx
Beautiful! The bottle brush flower is gorgeous, and new to me.
What great shots, I love the bottle brush plant, I must add it on the list to buy for the garden.Gill in Canada
Fantastic pink color on the bottle bush! I love shots of bees. I think they are fascinating.
I love flowers that attract insects! The bottlebrush looks perfect for bees, I bet they pick up a lot of pollen.We now have a buddleia. I planted it last year, and it grew so well, it now has half a dozen arching branches with deep purple flowers - and yes, visiting bees!
Of course bread! And what could be more appropriate than strawberry jam!
Love that photo of the bee on the yellow blossom.
Thank you all so much for stopping by and leaving your kind comments - I do love to read them. A x
Lovely photos. Yummy honey mmmm!
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