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Shorty Tulip for Macro Friday

 

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I have some very short tulips in the garden.  They are only about 6 inches tall.   I caught a bee inside this one just covered in pollen.   Have a great weekend.    Happy Mothers Day.   The garden really needs a lot of attention at the moment and I want to spend all my time out there when the weather is good.

I am joining Laura at Blogging from Bolivia for Macro Friday.    Valerie

Comments

I do not have any tulips flowers just daffodils. Great shot Val. Happy Mothers Day weekend. I hope you get to spend some time in the garden. hugs Jen
Ashley Sisk said…
I love capturing bees and you captured this one perfectly. Beautiful tulip.
Janice said…
A beautiful tulip...and how great that you were able to catch a bee at work.
deb duty said…
This is just divine! The flower is beautiful and I love that you captured the bee. Great shot!
Our Beaten Path said…
Wow! What an amazing shot you got. Love it!!
Courtney said…
Beautiful! I love the tones in the shot and that happy little bee.
Linda Makiej said…
Beautiful work... have a great weekend!
Dhemz said…
awwwwwwwww...so cute! the bee inside is a plus! nice...:)
Karen said…
Tulips are so welcome right now. Love the color of this one and the little bee.
Leovi said…
Beautiful flower, so much beauty and I love them. Greetings
Bella Skye said…
Wow beautiful shot!
Steph said…
what a great tulip, love the color
Cindy said…
Beautiful tulip and your photograph is amazing! Thanks so much for visiting!
Blessings,
Cindy
Henrietta said…
What a special tulip, I have only one colored little boring comparing to that:)

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