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The large Native Honeybee is harvesting pollen in our vegetable garden. This species is non-aggresive, so I am surprised there has not been an attempt to commercialise the lovely critter.

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The large Native Honeybee is harvesting pollen in our vegetable garden. This species is non-aggresive, so I am surprised there has not been an attempt to commercialise the lovely critter.

comments (10)

Jolie abeille bien mise en valeur sur ces fleurs jaunes.
Ray: Cette plante est comme le brocoli et les abeilles l'aiment beaucoup, Martine.
New business opportunity for you perhaps?! ;-)
Ray: No! I love them wild and free! smile
  • Chris
  • England
  • 26 Jan 2020, 06:34
Nice picture. You would think somebody would see the opportunities these friendly bees offer..
Ray: I would not want them commercialised, Chris, but am surprised it has not been done.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 26 Jan 2020, 06:54
Maybe in the fullness of time someone will see their potential. It's enjoying your garden.
Ray: We have many of them in the garden at the moment, Alan, and I am enjoying watching them at work.
Perhaps they are better off working freelance Ray

A fine picture
Ray: I hope that is so, Bill, and thank you.
Elle n'est pas vraiment connue par chez nous , on ne la trouve que dans ton pays?
Ray: Oui ... J'ai l'impression que ces abeilles préfèrent vivre sous les tropiques, Claudine.
Perhaps they do not like cold winters. Beautiful shot to show it off.
Ray: I think you make an excellent suggestion, Care. Of course, I have no desire to see them correcialised.
Another of your terrific close ups Ray, your garden must be overwhelmed with subjects.
Ray: There would be enough in the Garden to get an image like this every day, Brian, but I also have other interests.
he is a lovely critter Ray... it is probably best to let them be free... man has a tendency to ruin to many of natures gifts....petersmile
Ray: I agree entirely with your view on this, Peter.
welcome guest indeed and your framing is impeccable here, Ray.

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