It’s time for the Pollinator

23 Jun

If you think I couldn’t get any more dorky than wanting to remix this song to sing to my bees (it’s time for the pollinator), then you were wrong. It is National Pollinator Week!!!!! Sadly, there aren’t any events taking place in Brooklyn, so we are going to have to celebrate ourselves. I will probably do an interpretive bee dance and eat some extra honey. Here are some pictures of the bees pollinating away that Deb took in our backyard.

Pollinating Clover in the grass

Off to the next one

Making a "bee" line for the tomatillos

Pollinating the tomatillos

Pollinating the Hydrangea


5 Responses to “It’s time for the Pollinator”

  1. Buzty June 23, 2011 at 10:23 am #

    Hi. Id really like to know what camera you take all these pictures with. They are always so clear and great. And i will make sure we celebrate the Polinator this week!

  2. brooklynlovebug June 23, 2011 at 10:29 am #

    Thanks, Buzty! Beelieve it or not, it is the Canon Powershot 1200 and 1300 and sometimes my iphone. The macro function is clutch. Hopefully someone with a better camera will join us for a hive inspection one day.

  3. CoSpirit June 23, 2011 at 1:01 pm #

    look at em bees hard at work… but yes, pics (as always clear and dandy!)

  4. ry June 24, 2011 at 10:50 pm #

    Everyday I look and hope to see a gnardog queen shot!


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