Monday, March 28, 2011

Monday, Time for Work.


While out and about yesterday I saw these three working away at the pollen in this tulip. It reminded me that Monday was right around the corner, work a my class starts up again after Spring Break. I could use one more week. Happy Monday all!

34 comments:

Kathy said...

For almost 40 years I was self-employed in a service industry in an area where you worked when you had work to do and there were no boundaries on weekends or Fridays or Mondays. Even now, being semiretired in a consulting capacity, at 2:30 a.m., since I'm awake, I think I'll get a little work done. The upside of course is having free time during the workweek to be able to enjoy time off while the rest of the world punches the time clock! I hope you have a wonderful week, whether boundaried by time or not, and keep those great Santa Fe pics showing up in my inbox!

Olivier said...

elle doit avoir un superbe pollen cette fleur, vu le monde qu'il y a dedans

Marty said...

everything has an end ! but the bees are always busy ! this shot is just
beautiful Randy !!
bisous and a nice week !!!

Eyeliquor 2 said...

Very nice!
Cool colors!

VP said...

Great! I got something like this, but only with a much less spectacular flower than yours!

Dindin MK said...

great capture!
What flower is that?

Luis Gomez said...

Beautiful! Great colors Randy!

becky said...

You'll be "busy as a bee!" Have a good start to the week, Randy!

Sharon said...

Those busy little bees are always working.

Kate said...

They look as busy as bees!

Dawn said...

THAT is a perfect capture with a perfect title.
Back to work huh? Well how many weeks until summer break now?:))
Have a GREAT time back at work...just think of all the new photo opportunities:)

Lúcia said...

Beautiful shot, I do love tulips!
It's always fun to see these little bees working.
Have a good Monday too!

Allison said...

Ah, to be a busy bee polinating the world! Beautiful picture, Randy. Have a great MOnday!

Magpie said...

Happy Monday! Bees...flowers...perfect.

texwisgirl said...

lovely shot! hope your week back goes well!

lifeisaroadtrip said...

I guess if the bees are gettin' busy then I had better get busy, too!

cieldequimper said...

They are busy, busy! Never heard of tulip honey! :-) Hope you are having a good Monday!

Jarart said...

Great capture! That is a pretty color for a tulip.

Linda said...

Bees have a long winter to make up for - no wonder this tulip is attractive.

Butter-Brot-Mensch said...

WOW. love it!

RedPat said...

Great capture! They are busy at work.

Traveling Hawk said...

I envy you, Randy, that you already have tulips there! Nice shot!

Mo said...

Beautiful

Regina K said...

Oh wonderful sign of spring, great find.

Halcyon said...

Amazing macro! I can never catch these busy fellows. :)

Farmchick said...

What a nice surprise to find those bees working so hard.

Jack said...

I'd make some comment about being as busy as a bee, but my predecessors on the comment list got there first.

teca said...

WOW! Wonderful shot, honey!
How long I didn't come here... I reviewed everything... just is not going to leave any further comments... I'm short on time.
Cheers and a warm hug.

T. Becque said...

Yes, spring is starting all around us and yet I'm back to work :(

Michael Rowland said...

They're beehaving,,,

JM said...

Gorgeous capture, well done.

Sequim Daily Photo said...

Great picture! I'm so thankful for yellow flowers in the world, always so cheerful to see.

Carola said...

Fantastic blossom and great to watch the bees at work.
I don't like Monday to Friday work weeks. It is much more natural to have your own rhythmen. I'm counting the weeks until easter break.
Randy, have a good and interesting rest of the week with some MUSSE in between.

SKIZO said...

BeautifulWorkThankYouForSharing:)