Friday, April 27, 2012


I was more than a little lucky to capture this bee on the wing. The beauty of digital photograpy, no worries about wasted film. Pity about the big woolly ram in the background.

The herb garden in autumn tends to be a little messy. There are  seed heads to remove, the ever present weeds to deal with and straggly woody growth to prune back. That is what I have been doing for fun the past few days, tidying up the herbs before winter. I am feeling tired though and my work has been in fits and starts but hopefully I will conquer my weariness soon and have enough energy to do what I have to and then some.

Now, off to deal with the limes.


Joolzmac said...

That is an awesome picture - the foreground subject so clear and the background softly out of focus. Fantastic!


Anonymous said...

Fantastic shot!!


Chookyblue...... said...

great photo........

Tania @ Out Back said...

That's a great picture Tracy! I dont think the background matters that much because what you see is the bee and the flower, the background just blends in nicely :)

Lisa said...

How nice that with all the work you're doing, you still bring your camera out with you.

Kim said...

wow how clever are you with that camera!!! I have 100 bee photos and I never managed that!
Love your herb garden...I have just started one. Any suggestions on what to plant?