28 thoughts on “Bayrische Honigbiene

  1. I like this for many reasons…I like the idea of warm winter temperatures bringing insects (let’s not think about climate change) and I love the idea that you took a picture of something that has very negative associations – the plastic cup that was thrown on the ground – and made it into something positive by focusing on the bee. I also like the fact that the ordinary plants around the cup are ones that I see here, too, at least in public places. Great post, Gerhard! 😉 .

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    1. Plastic is everywhere… yesterday I bought chocolate wrapped in paper. I remember they had the same idea some 25 years ago, but then it didn’t work.

      In the fields in my home country, there are occasional huts with fireplaces. Young people like to celebrate there.

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        1. “but they are still everywhere, it seems.”

          In Italy they have very strict regulations about COVID. A friend of mine told me that noone seemingly obeys the rules in shops, museums and so on.
          I think this is a huge problem nowadays: Maybe you travel to a sunny place outside Europe only to find out there that they don’t care at the hotel where you are bound to stay.

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  2. Dieses hübsche Insekt scheint zumindest gefallen an dem bayerisch gerauteten weiß – blauen Becher zu finden, der von einem Schmutzfink in die Landschaft geworfen wurde und wahrscheinlich auch noch bissl süßes am Rand zum abschlecken hat, Gerhard. ☺️
    Liebe Grüße von Hanne

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  3. was ist es denn nun? Wildbiene, Wespe, Honigbiene- einfach eine bayernaffines insekt? gutes jahr 2022 mit viele guten momenten zum fotografieren wünsche ich, gruß roswitha

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    1. Sicher eine Honigbiene…eine Wildbiene ist viel kleiner, eine Wespe kann es auch nicht sein…ich denke, nach dem Biergenuss weiß das Insekt wirklich nicht mehr, was es ist 🙂

      Danke, Roswitha,
      alles Gute für dieses Jahr 🙂

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        1. Honigbienen fotografiere ich nur noch selten, denn sie sind so häufig wie Schmeissfliegen 🙂
          Ebenso fotografiere ich eigentlich auch keine Hummeln.
          Ich bin übers Jahr mehr auf der Jagd nach selteneren Insekten. Ich hoffe, auch 2022 wieder etwas Neues entdecken zu können.

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