SAVE THE BEE!

© Cindy Sumner-Moryl

SAVE THE BEE!

Uploaded: September 11, 2007

Description

Nikon Macro 105mm
Took this shot just before I set him free!

Comments

Dianna Hauf September 11, 2007

GOOD for you, Cheryl!!! Some people don't like these fellas but we NEED them for our flowers and vegetables and such!!! They are dying off as it is!!! No more bees, no more 'natural' food! SUPER macro, full of great color and clarity!! Bravo for you, my dear! #735666

Steven E. Ray September 26, 2007

I am glad to hear you rescued this valuable worker bee, whereas it's pollen sac was packed full! Wonderful photo depicting a moment of trouble followed by assisted release. #4850877

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