Reposted from @photomomenti.nl (@get_regrann) - 😀 ..first sun light....😀 art @ work .😀..have a great day ... .😀 how beautiful is this..??? 😀.
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Who loves bumble bees?! I dooooooo
I’m thinking of making something for the bees next summer to give them a little boost
I’ve heard that I’m not supposed to put out water and sugar? Other than flowers... does anyone have any bee boosting ideas?
flower shot of the day
📷 Artist : @yennykey
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The Halloween pennant (Celithemis eponina) is named for its orange tinted wings and black bands. It is one of the largest species of this genus, most widely distributed and likely the most colorful of the pennant species. They perch on the tips of plants and twigs and are generally found close to bodies of water. This species perches uniquely, as its fore- and hindwings are able to be held in different planes. The forewings may be held somewhat vertically above its body while the hindwings are horizontally out to the sides of the body.