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Giant artichoke and a tiny bee or hovver fly

By pentaxpatty
From this morning walk to the Victoria Cemetary in Sheffield, one of my favourite places to visit. I love the peace and quite there, and theres always something to take a photo of. hope your all having a nice weekend. Think its nearing the end of summer though!

Tags: Plants Flowers and plants Bees Giant artichoke Hoover flies Victorian Cemetary Sheffield Pentax K5

Voters: ddolfelin, Suzicoo, NDODS and 7 more


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8 Sep 2013 3:52PM
That insect is heading for a sticky landing.
No gain without pain!

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8 Sep 2013 3:53PM

Quote:That insect is heading for a sticky landing.
No gain without pain!

Sharp and ouch for him!!! thank you Peter GrinGrin
NDODS Plus
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8 Sep 2013 4:22PM
A rather beautiful composition, the inclusion of the inflight Bee adds both interest and charm to the composition.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
8 Sep 2013 4:54PM

Quote:A rather beautiful composition, the inclusion of the inflight Bee adds both interest and charm to the composition.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin

thank you so much Nathan, I didn't see the bee until the shutter went , just lucky today I think ! GrinGrin
nonur Plus
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8 Sep 2013 4:56PM
Lovely artichokes and the guest to them. Nicely composed, Patricia. By the way, I love cooking and eating artichokes.
8 Sep 2013 6:22PM
stunning shot are they thistles ?
8 Sep 2013 6:37PM
Hello sparrowhawk. I just know them as artichokes they do.look.like thistle heads though thank you for your comments. It s o o t c too Grin
8 Sep 2013 8:11PM

Quote:Lovely artichokes and the guest to them. Nicely composed, Patricia. By the way, I love cooking and eating artichokes.
they are lovely to eat and so good for you too GrinGrin

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