Honey Bees

I love getting pictures of honey bees!

This is partially because I am a beekeeper and I love the lil’ guys, but also because I think that they are very beautiful and delicate creatures. And, I feel glad to see these workers out and about pollinating all the flowers… it reminds me that spring is here and that summer is on the way! (17 days!)

A honey bee on a blackberry bloom

A honey bee on a blackberry bloom

A honey bee pollinating a blackberry bloom.

A honey bee pollinating a blackberry bloom.

It is easy to get busy during this part of the year with graduations and summer plans, and and forget stop and contemplate the simple joy of new life… Being able to recognize the significance of new growth where there has previously been fading and loss… So while stopping to observe a new spring flower and think on what it signifies may seem frivolous or like a waste of time, I see great benefit! Being able to appreciate all the small and delicate things in this world is just as important as appreciating the big, sturdy things! God put everything on this earth for a reason!


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About Wyatt VanDePol

Son, Brother, Nikon photographer, Beekeeper, Pianist, Artist, Coffee lover, Good book lover, Cross Country runner, and WordPress blogger.

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