Few past days had been gleaming bright sunny days but today again misty haze has conquered climate. Climate is just flipping flopping between two extremes.
That was also a dazzling sunny day of the weekend, when I was basking on my terrace and got some of captivating shots of macro photography of nature. I have one small garden area on my terrace which granted me to capture some alluring shots of winter-spring flowers blooming there.
When I got enchanted by their beauty which the flowers managed to blossom out in chilly weather, I immediately decided to capture it in my snaps.
I was snapping some captivating flowers; suddenly I got deflected towards a Bee sucking nectar on hybrid calendula flower.
I think she got some perception of being snapped in first shot
and she flew over to other flower so hastily
to perform her best posing as model for flaunting her beautifully textured wing and sleek body
If I am not wrong is it worker bee? Tell me if you know about bees.
Here are some other Macro shots of Winter- spring flowers-
I think this calendula has got some tempting sweet nectar, appealing some ants to get stuck so firm that they were looking unconscious lying there . They must have got intoxicated by it
An Infinite shot is here of Red Rose.
Plants were freshly watered that time. Few drops were still present on petals and were glistening in sun. They were augmenting blossoming luster.
One drop was just about to fall but I made it still and it’s in fore here.
This white-pink flower boomed to its fullest this winter season and its blooming season is getting finished and it’s wilting now. Ciao winter flower! But these bugs and ants have made their abode here and want to relish each bit of nectar and sap left in flower and twigs. These bugs don’t know that I have captured their secret feast in my snap
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Keep gazing nature’s beauty until I come back with a new post TaDa!
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