Monday, 3 March 2008



When I went back to the log store the bee had gone. As I looked towards the cherry this little chap was working away. Could it be my bee, I like to think so.

I think I must have been a bee in a previous life.

10 comments:

zhakee said...

Funny, just a little while ago I was out for a walk with my camera, and as I entered my front yard, bees were busy all over my rosemary plants, so I snapped a couple bee photos! Bees are amazing little creatures, and the honey they make, yummy.

Q said...

Beautiful cherry bloomsoms and wonderful bee.
I too think this was your bee!
Being a bee would be extremely wonderful to me, especially if I had you as my friend.
Hugs,
Sherry

Cheryl said...

Hi zhakee

Rosemary is such a wonderful plant for bees, I have some here although it is not in flower yet.

I to love honey and eat some most days, it is said to be good for the heart.

Tku for visiting.

Dear Sherry

Thank you for your lovely words, they are most kind.

lol

Lisa at Greenbow said...

I like to think its your bee
On this lovely tree
Slurping spring tonic
from cups of cherry blossoms

this I wish to see
while upon my knee
or from my chair
In warmth of sunlight
I will stare.

Cheryl said...

Thank you Lisa, that was so lovely to read when I opened my comments this morning. You have yet another gift.....my mother will love your words.....she to has the gift of beautiful words.

Katty Bell said...

Oooh! What a beautiful tale!
Gorgeous photography, I would like to think it was your bee too!X

ladyluz said...

What a lovely story, Cheryl. It's amazing how they revive with a bit of honey. Our big black furry bees are swarming round the hardenbergia, and the little wild ones around the lavendar. I love to see them around.

Cheryl said...

Hi Katty Bell
Thank you for dropping by and your comments. Glad you enjoyed the bee and me.

Hi Ladyluz

Wild bees to...they are lovely to see. I am hoping we will get them this year.

Chris said...

Well done for snapping your bee :-) I have seen a couple in the garden but I either haven't had the camera ready or they have flitted around so fast I haven't been able to catch them :-) Perhaps I should feed them. No blossom here!

Cheryl said...

Hi Chris.....we have blossom everywhere, way to early. I only feed the bees honey when they are sick or weak.
Tks for dropping by.