Wordless Wednesday…Wyoming pollinators

Posted: September 1, 2021 in Cee's Photo Challenges, Nature
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also for Cee’s CMMC – September Close Up or Macro

Comments
  1. Those are beautiful!! I love them all, but the butterfly the most today.

  2. Beautiful! Are the purple flowers mountain aster?

  3. Cee Neuner says:

    Oh what gorgeous close ups you have on display. Thanks Janet 😀

  4. lolaWi says:

    gorgeous captures, Janet. esp the second photo! 🙂

  5. de Wets Wild says:

    Beautiful AND hard-working!

  6. bushboy says:

    Love them all janet 🙂 🙂

  7. Resa says:

    We need these lovely insects. Neat shots, Janet!

    • That we do! I read something recently that reminded people that there are many more types of bees than just honeybees and that honeybees are quite voracious, so other bees are in competition with them. It was very interesting.

      • Resa says:

        There have been a lot of docus on bees/pollinators. It is fascinating.
        I’m sure all the docus are an attempt to raise awareness on how much we need these guys!
        We planted Milkweed a few years ago for the Monarchs.

      • We had “volunteer” milkweed in the garden in Illinois and I kept it, although I did keep taking it out of the lawn area. 🙂 I imagine whoever moved in next probably got rid of it, but I tried.

  8. beautiful photos Janet! Love it!

  9. Cee Neuner says:

    I have featured your post on this week’s CMMC.

    CMMC – September Color – Dark Greens


    I hope you are having a great week.

  10. Cath Moore says:

    Pretty! I love the light in the second shot

  11. Pretty photos Janet! I especially love the colors in the middle one!!

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