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Saturday, August 27, 2011

Camera Critters: Russian bee

Russian bees, like Russian people, are similar to their North American counterparts in most respects. This bee just wants to hang out on a flower and not be bothered, although some tourists do attempt a digital capture, as my husband did during our two-week tour with Viking River Cruises.

© Richard Schear photo
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6 comments:

jabblog said...

Do Russian bees buzz in Russian?

Cheryl said...

This looks a lot like some bees I've seen in our area. Now you've got me wondering...

Powell River Books said...

Bees do so many good things, but yellow jackets can be a pain. We had a hive develop on our condo balcony porch. It took the exterminator two trips to get rid of them. They got inside a hollow pillar and were having a grand old time. - Margy

chubskulit said...

That's a terrific shot Kay!

ladyfi said...

Wonderful shot with the fuzzy background. So beautiful.

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Nice composition.

Regards!