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  1. #1
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    Default Bee Pics!

    Here are some pictures of our bees enjoying the fall flowers! P1240668a.jpgP1240704a.jpgP1230971.jpg

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    Default Re: Bee Pics!

    Beautiful shots! Thanks for sharing!

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    Default Re: Bee Pics!

    Great pics. Now I gotta get a macro lens.

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    Default Re: Bee Pics!

    Very nice Sue.
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    Default Re: Bee Pics!

    NICE

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    Default Re: Bee Pics!

    Sue,

    Very nice pics. What's the name of that flower? I see lots of that here too, but haven't identified it yet.
    Horseshoe Point Honey -- http://localvahoney.com/

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    Default Re: Bee Pics!

    Awesome! Thanks

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    Default Re: Bee Pics!

    You got majorly cheated this past weekend. Your first image here should have gotten 1st place in the photo competition. The winning image didn't even show the bee's head. Someone must have just liked the pretty flower. And I thought it was supposed to be a bee picture. Silly me.

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    Thanks so much! You never know what makes the judge happy!

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    Default Re: Bee Pics!

    I looked on Tennessee's website for wildflowers and it says that it is Yellow Crownbeard. The bees absolutely love it!! It is a weed and is invasive so watch where you plant it.

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