Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Farm Photo: 5/1/07


Hard At Work In The Greenhouse

Things have been busy.

A year of Farm Photos ago:
5/1/06:
Abstract Farm Crap
4/30/06: Robin Is Busted Nesting In My New Garden Bed
4/29/06: Eat Together, Sleep Together
4/28/06: Snugglebunny's Twin Girls Always Stay Together
4/27/06: Color Coordinated In The Garden
WCB#47: Molly Doodlebug
And Weekend Dog (& Donkey) Blogging

10 comments:

  1. Hope things are starting to slow down - probably ramping up with growing season. This picture was worth the wait though - you can almost here him buzzing!

    Happy Spring Weather to you.

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  2. Guess the Colony Collapse Disorder hasn't hit your bees, huh? Ours appear to be a fine shape as well. Happy Spring!

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  3. Great photo. I'm happy to see you have bees.

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  4. Great photo! At least it's proof that not ALL of the bees have disappeared this year (although that looks like it might be a bumblebee? Can't quite tell...)

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  5. Your picture make me happy.
    Thank you. :)

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  6. Love the photo..I was out trying to zoom in on a bee spent an hour but none of the shots were clear! Now you can tell how much time I have on my hands ...chasing a bee for an hour!I am so Happy that the bees are flying around here! hugs NG

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  7. With all the sad (and scary) news about the bees it's great to see bees that are happily doing what they are meant to do! Thanks!

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  8. I love the first radishes of spring. They are such a happy little thing to come up so obligingly and so early.

    One of my cocker spaniels, Fat Buddy, has a particular weakness for radishes. He'll also defend the cucumber patch like it's a t-bone. Anyway, he seems to have a preference for exactly when they are ready for him to dig and eat. He's particularly fond of French Breakfast radishes. Not sure what that's about.

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