Tuesday, September 9

Harvest Crimson & Gold...


They're just as yummy as they look!
They'll paint-up nice, too~

The wasps have begun to take over the humming bird feeders.
I want to keep the little friends nourished~
but the bees swarm the feeders in blankets!
If they were honey bees I'd let them be at home...
Yellow Jackets & Paper Wasps (same thing?) they are able to sting several times in a row...and I don't think they die! (That sounded harsh!) :) A wasp got behind my glasses~ stung me 3 times... I was looking quite lovely as the evening progressed...made me love Quasimodo even more!

Hope you're enjoying the orchard harvests...beezzz n' all!

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