BLOGGERRIFIC

by: Jennicillin

Monday, August 10, 2009

Mosaic Monday!

This week is my first week participating in Mosaic Monday, sponsored by Mary at Little Red House. This mosaic is made up of pictures I took in my aunts backyard in the early morning. My aunt has a beautiful garden, and in the morning when it's still cool outside there are bumble bees and honey bees sleeping on all the flowers. You can move the flower around and the bees will just stay there sleeping away! When the weather warms up they wake up to go about their busy bee business :-)

Sleeping Bees

Mosaic Monday 1, originally uploaded by Jennicillin.

10 comments:

Really Rainey said...

I just love your bee post! And that pink flower... what ever it is... is so frilly and pretty!
Have a great week!
~Really Rainey~

my home sanctuary said...

How pretty and what a great job you did.
Come by my blog tomorrow I am starting a new Gift A Way and I think you might want to enter!
Have a Blessed Day,
Sherry

olivia said...

Beautiful!

(I love your header image and blog name too btw ... :)

Suzy said...

I adore pink and yellow together in nature. Beautiful collage. That dahlia is awesome.

Millie said...

How nice!

Lori E said...

I garden a lot and have never been stung by a bee. Like you say they just do their own thing and don't bother with us intruders.
They made these pretty flowers even prettier.

Cass @ That Old House said...

So who was brave enough to be the FIRST one to shake a flower and try and wake a sleeping bee?

Love the sleeping bees... and that one pink flower - spectacular!
Cass

Mary said...

Oh, what a beautiful post!!! Love those sleeping bees -- I always think that they deserve their rest after being so industrious all day. :)

Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful images at Mosaic Monday. :)

skoots1mom said...

how adorable are your pictures...absolutely beautiful...thx 4 sharing your aunt's garden

Jenn @ youknow... that blog? said...

"Bee"ootiful ;)

Yeah, that was lame. Sorry. Great shots though - I love bees. Is that a chrysanthemum in the larger shot?