An old house on Achill Island, Co Mayo. The plant in front is Gunnera, or Giant Rhubarb, an invasive species which is spreading through the island.
Cee’s black and white photo challenge on small subjects got me thinking I could share some more bee photos. Even in black and white bees look amazing.
A boulder on a beach, like a stranded whale it waits patiently for the next tide.
How did we get here so quickly ? It seems like only a short time ago we were shivering in January and suddenly it is the longest day of the year.
In the garden, the early summer lupins and irises are going over. The day lilies and tall campanulas are close to opening. Most of the queen bumblebees are now nest bound, while their workers do all the foraging for nectar and pollen.
Also joining in with Cee’s black and while photo challenge – any animal.
A very late post inspired by Cee’s Black and White Challenge – wheel