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I like this.
Thanks a lot.
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I make sure I have plenty of plants and flowers in my gardens for bees. Your image is awesome! I LOVE the effects you created!! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
Thank you for your compliments, Amy.
And thanks for giving food to the bees. I sadly don’t have neither garden nor balcony, so I can only have indoor plants.
It looks to bee bad for one bad looking bee. Super photo.
Thank you, Timothy.
Great picture, Rabirius! It looks like the bee statue is standing in the middle of an impressionistic painting.
Thank you, Peter.
Well, actually, it is not a statue, but a person disguised as a bee. 🙂
Thank you for the correction!
Maar er is nog hoop
Soms verschijnen er dingen die ik niet schreef.Ik begin opnieuw.Maar er is nog hoop
Ja, dat weet ik ook.
Een schitterende foto ! En voor de bijen is het inderdaad 5 voor 12… 😦
Ja, wanneer de bijen uitsterven, wordt het echt dramatisch.
Eigenlijk is het al bijna vijf na twaalf, en nog steeds zijn er regeringen die onvoldoende willen doen voor de bescherming van deze pollinators. Zonder bijen niet veel bevruchting maar dan ook niet veel voeding voor de mens.
Ja, dat is waar. Bedankt, Marcus.
Love our Bee population Rabirius, and do everything I can to ensure I plant lots of bee friendly flowers etc and do not use any pesticides…
We were lucky enough to have a bees nest under our garden shed last year, and welcomed them with open arms..
Love your image my friend.. May we all be BEE friendly and aware of the amount of work they do to ensure we do not starve.. ❤
Thank you Sue.
Yes, bees are important and – especially wild bees – are endangered by pesticides that are also used in farming today among other things. So it is great to hear that they found a place in your garden shed.
I totally understand what you mean. We need bees! Have you read the History of Bees by Maja Lunde? Amazing and scary.
Yes, we do. Thank you.
No, I didn’t read the book. It was a recommendation by a friend, but I haven’t found the time to read it yet.
Great image! My mother was a professional bee-keeper in Germany – she also kept a hive of bees here in Vancouver area when we were kids. Unfortunately, in the small city lot, the neighbours were afraid of them and complained – so she had to get rid of them. They didn’t like her bzzzness.
Thank you, Michael.
That is indeed a touching story, but also a bid sad. Thanks for sharing.
HA HA HA HA HA HA. As always, I see the title first and wonder what the photo will be. Yes, that is one very bad season for bees!
Thank you, Kim.
indeed the bees are goning down in numbers rapidly
Sadly they are. Thank you.
That is a great capture! Funny and I really like the effect:)
Thanks a lot, Inger.
een leuke en verrassende foto..
met dank voor deze bezige bij
de bewerkte kleuren passen hier helemaal in het sprookje
Dank je wel, Henk.
Rabirius, that translates into a bad season for humans. Outstanding work.
Yes, it probably does.
Thank you, Lance.
You’re sincerely welcome, rabirius.
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