Archive for the ‘Carpenter Bee’ Tag

Carpenter Bee On Fleabane Wildflower   1 comment

Carpenter Bee On Fleabane Wildflower — Image by kenne

There’s a lot to notice

on the morning walks 

in the spring. But what 

strikes me in a special way

are all the flowers —

a reason to take my camera.

— kenne

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Carpenter Bee In A Sacred Datura Blossom — Image by kenne

For last year’s words belong to last year’s language

And next year’s words await another voice.

— from Four Quartets by T. S. Eliot


Carpenter Bee on Mountain Marigold   1 comment

Bee on Mountain Marigold blogCarpenter Bee on Mountain Marigold — Image by kenne

But I, being poor, have only my dreams;
I have spread my dreams under your feet;
Tread softly because you tread on my dreams.

— W.B. Yates


Carpenter Bee On A Mesquite Tree Blossom   2 comments

Carpenter Bee On Mesquite Bloom (1 of 1) blogCarpenter Bee On A Mesquite Tree Blossom (April 1, 2016) — Image by kenne

Life always waits for some crisis to occur

before revealing itself at its most brilliant.

— from Eleven Minutes by Paulo Coelho


Carpenter Bee Computer Art   1 comment

Carpenter Bee (1 of 1) art blog

Carpenter Bee (1 of 1)-2 art blogCarpenter Bee Computer Art by kenne

Capturing The Moment — Arizona Carpenter Bee   Leave a comment

Carpenter Bee (1 of 1) blogArizona Carpenter Bee — Image by kenne

Capturing The Moment — Carpenter Bee On Brittlebush Blossom   3 comments

Brittlebush -0562 Bee on Blossom blogCarpenter Bee On Brittlebush Blossom — Image by kenne

“If we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly our whole life would change.”

— Buddha

Capturing The Moment — Carpenter Bees In The Desert Spring   2 comments

Hidden Paster Trail 2014-0426 II art blogCarpenter Bee Image by kenne

Capturing The Moment — Southern Arizona Carpenter Bees   Leave a comment

Aspen Loop July 2013

Aspen Loop July 2013Carpenter Bees

Butterfly Trail July 2013Images Taken On Mt. Lemmon by kenne

Like honey bees, carpenter bees feed on pollen and nectar. They do not eat wood, but use exposed dead wood to tunnel into the wood creating galleries for their nests. These bees are not social like honey bees, living a solitary life in their galleries.


Capturing The Moment — Carpenter Bee And Longtube Ipomopsis Wildflowers   2 comments


Carpenter Bee and Longtube Ipomopsis Wildflower — Images by kenne


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