Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Garden Tuesday - Sedum Autumn Joy

Sedum Autumn Joy
You know that fall is just around the corner with the large heads of Sedum Autumn Joy start turning from bright, lime green to pink and burgundy. I love it and so do the bumble bees.

Bye Bye Bee
Look he's taking off! Isn't he cute. I imagine him with a little bee sized suitcase in one hand (arm, claw, paw, leg?), flying off to do his business on a another flower.

16 comments:

SusanD said...

Great photo! Thanks for yesterday's post about "The Flavor Bible." I'll be purchasing that as gifts. Blessings, SusanD

shabby girl said...

Wow! What a fantastic shot Pam!!! And I can see why it's called Autumn Joy. Beautiful.

Barbara said...

Hmmmm. Do ya think this bee is friends with the last bee you photographed? I just LOVE your photos!

Marjie said...

I think of critters as having hands too. Thor puts his hand on his people all the time, to tell us he loves us.

Paula said...

Great scot! What terrific photos! Plus, from this point forward, whenever I see a bee, I'll be keeping an eye out for little suitcases! :-)

Kat said...

You must have an amazing camera! Your photos are so clear. I love you take on the suitcase, like a salesman or something!

Pam said...

That second shot of the bee flying away is brilliant.

noble pig said...

What a liftoff...love that shot.

Judi said...

Pam - Great photos! I can hear Jerry Seinfeld's voice (from The Bee Movie).

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

Great photos!
I have some Autumn Joy in my front yard. It makes me so happy when it turns colour.

chellebelle said...

That is a really lovely picture.. do you think that we think of the hands on insects because of the cartoons that we grew up with? I imagine mice with clothing after all??

Chris said...

Actually, he was saying, "Dang I can't work when someone is looking over my shoulder....I'm flying to those flowers over there, away from this camera lady." :)

Joanne said...

What a great shot! I love how close you manage to get to the action.

a good yarn said...

The industry of nature. A sight to behold.

the ungourmet said...

He is so cute! :0) I love the photos!

Peet said...

What an amazing photo!