Pollen-coated bee

When I first took this photo, in Natchez National Historical Park, in Natchez, Mississippi, I zoomed in on my camera's viewfinder and was surprised and a bit confused by the yellow spheres stuck all over the bee. I then took a macro (close-up) photo of a nearby flower, and found that the pollen covering the flower was identical in shape and color. Guess I solved that mystery!

Folder: Southern United States

Uploaded: Jan 19, 2016

Views: 470

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Tags: America, USA, Mississippi, south, bee, insect, macro, pollen, close, close up, leaf, Glenn Lewis, Glenn Lewis Photography

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angefaith

angefaith

posted 1 year ago

wow magnificent capture.

christofer22

christofer22

posted 1 year ago

wow :)