Bee in spider’s web
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As soon as bees and bumble bees are happy on the cone flowers, other animals also try their luck with these plants. A spider had stretched its web between the flowers and one evening I found this bee in it. … read more and write a comment …

Hey — get off my nectar source!
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If bees could talk to each other … such a communication could have taken place here. It is always interesting to observe several bees cavorting on one of the coneflower blossoms. Here again once on the coneflower of the type … read more and write a comment …

Coneflowers & Bees
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As the first flower of lavender slowly came to an end, we were able to offer bees and bumble bees a good nectar-rich substitute for their feeding in our garden. It was beautiful to see how the bees were making … read more and write a comment …

Bees in our garden
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Again and again I enjoy discovering bees on the flowers in our garden. Here are the Spanish harebells that have magically attracted a bee. For a long time the bee disappeared in the calyx, so that I could take a … read more and write a comment …

Bees at work
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Since the middle of April the rape fields in Northern Germany have been in bloom and since Easter it has been so warm that the beehives have been placed in the fields. In my hometown, right next to the avenue … read more and write a comment …

Sunset over fields at Meilsen
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Just a sunset. But a special atmosphere with the clouds. Only a small part of which were illuminated from below, resulting in a few bright spots in the picture. I especially loved the course of the clouds, which give the … read more and write a comment …

Thunderclouds above my head
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Directly above my head, on Wednesday evening, a thunderstorm across the whole of Germany reached Buchholz. The masses of clouds were always in motion, and many dynamic structures where formed in the clouds.

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