Sunday, July 06, 2008

Sunday Farm Photo: Been Busy


Abuzz With Activity

Want to see more pollinator pics?
4/10/06: Look What Landed At My Feet
5/11/06: Butterfly Conference
6/22/06: Farms Depend On Pollinators
6/23/06: You Can't Have Too Many Pollinators Around
6/28/06: Butterfly Paradise
7/08/06: The Stuff Of Life
7/16/06: Butterfly Bonanza
8/18/06: Luna Moth Love (scroll down)
6/24/06: Pollinators & Sheep & I Love Spiderwort
6/29/06: Obsessed With Bunnies & Butterflies
8/26/06: Butterfly Photos Are Better Than Nothing
5/11/06: My Good Deed For The Day

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13 comments:

  1. This is just a charming photo.

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  2. Love those pollinators! Echinacea is so pretty - it grows along our culvert but NOT in my garden - echinacea is so stubborn.

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  3. Love the sight of those bees! We lost most of ours last year in one of those strange hive collapses, and our squash crop was almost non-existent. This year I'm seeing a few, but am also doing a lot of hand pollinating. Sure miss the wee guys!

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  4. I LOVE bumbles! Thank you for a lovely pic! Hope you're doing ok with the heat, it's raining and cold here in the Southern Hemisphere, time for minestrone, and I always make too much of it. :)

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  5. I knew that bees love coneflower, but 3 at a time, wow!

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  6. I've seen one or two honey bees this year. Thankfully, this situation seems to be paralleled by a surge in the bumble bee population -- I don't think I've ever seen so many.

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  7. I'm something of a "farm girl" myself (also from Missouri), though now living on rural Martha's Vineyard. I'm also a publisher of a new cookbook called Table Talk: Food. Family. Love. A Cookbook. It's written by woman here who runs a very popular cafe on the Island called Espresso Love. BUT, not incidentally, she was a single mom who raised 5 kids -- and who believes we ought to get our kids back to our family table, with good, local foods. (Don't even think about buying that jar of pasta sauce!) I don't know if you ever accept posts about products, but this one's a beauty -- gorgeous photos of the farms and life on the Vineyard. I'd be happy to send you a review copy, if it interests you.

    Thank you.

    Jan Pogue
    Editor and Publisher
    Vineyard Stories

    www.vineyardstories.com
    508 221 2338

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  8. I just spent the weekend with one of my son and his family in St Louis. As we drove I thought of you and wondered if I was passing by your place as we traveled...We went to botanic gardens and saw echinacea.

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  9. what a gorgeous picture.

    good to know bees are not dying out everywhere... yet!!

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  10. uglas0616This is not related to bees, but I was wondering if you might consider doing a squaw bread recipe on the 'A Year in Bread'? I love squaw bread and I've had a hard time finding a good recipe for it.

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  11. Great photo! I love seeing macro photos of bees at work.

    Cindy at Rosehaven Cottage

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