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A Bee's Autumn Harvest

A Bee's Autumn Harvest

October 23, 2015
Posted in: Nature | Reading Time: 1 minute


Born and raised in Connecticut, one of the things I miss most about East Coast autumns are pussy willows. But Mexican Sage, Salvia leucantha,  makes up for it. -  240/365


"And we have touchdown. Please remain seated with your seat belts fastened until we reach the gate and the fasten seat belt sign is turned off." - 242/365


The ladies are very busy in late fall when Meixcan sage is flourishing. -  241/365


"There is nothing worse than a sharp image of a fuzzy concept," said Ansel Adams.  Unless it's fuzzy honey bees on fuzzy Mexican sage.-  243/365

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2 comments on “A Bee's Autumn Harvest”

  1. Gorgeous photos as always. We didn't know you lived in CT. Mom lived there for about 9 years and was born and raised in MA.

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