Mind Your Bees and Squawks

Over the last couple of weeks and before, I have been taking photos of the surrounding area. I bet you would never have guessed that, would you? Anyway, last week, I took a few that caught my eye and thought I would save them for a day when I needed something to post but didn’t have a lot of time. So these are a few. The first two are a fountain that I love to play with the shutter speed on my camera with, and then there are the pigeons drinks from beside it. A cute butterfly, and three of a bee that is the oddest looking bee I have seen. And as I haven’t posted a photo of a seagull for a while, I thought It was time I changed that.

36 thoughts on “Mind Your Bees and Squawks

  1. Something’s upset the seagull. Refused to share your sarny with him did you Alastair πŸ˜€ I think the bee left his striped pj’s at home.

  2. That seagull picture is just screaming (haha) for a caption, but I can’t figure one out to do it justice.

    • No, it’s its proboscis. Where it sucks the juices to eat. Did you notice the use of “it’s its” I like that πŸ˜€

      Did you know you can use the word “and” five times in a row and still make sense? and and and and and

      A signwriter writes a pub sign George and Dragon, but he writes it George____and____Dragon. When the landlord sees it, he says “you’ve done it wrong. You have put too much space between “george” and “and” and “and” and “dragon“.” Then the signwriter says “you spoke too slowly. You gave too much of a pause between “george” and “and” and “and” and “and” and “and” and “and” and “dragon“.” I could go on πŸ˜€

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