Bee the Best!
Passion for Bees, Compassion for Beekeepers
Tweet(rewritten from “the lady in red”) The crocosmia sings: You are dancing with me I become red, cheek to cheek… read more A bee foraging on crososmia (Iridaceae)
TweetI get asked by many as to why I constantly take photographs of honey bees on flowers. Don’t they all… read more Reasons for obsessively shooting bees
TweetPlease follow me as I travel (or staying locally) and shoot bees and flowers, during the great 2015. 1. Jan… read more 2015 In Review
TweetAwards: MSU Global Focus International Photography Contest, First Place, Faculty/Staff, 2010 XI International Apiculture Photography Contest, Second Prize, 2009 MSU… read more A journey of beetography, and of people
TweetBy accident I noticed that there are two holly trees in front of the CIPS building (north door) on Saturday… read more Bees swarming over American holly
TweetI noticed today that flowers of black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia, Fabaceae) are nearly gone, so I thought I need to… read more Black locust, a major honey plant in Michigan
TweetThis is a “formal post” to the site dedicated to ultraviolet photography, http://www.ultravioletphotography.com. I have previously seen many bees visiting… read more Beautiful luffa flowers under bee vision
TweetA play of colors under various light conditions. Acronyms: UV=ultraviolet, VIS=visible light, IR=infrared. Camera: Panasonic DMC G5 full spectrum converted…. read more Colors of flowers seen in alternative spectrums
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