Greetings in a Lavender Bush

playing peekaboo with the bees

cracking open the camouflage

whizzing with a hawkmoth

In my garden, the lavender bushes grant great big perpetual bunches of flowers breezed through with gentle soothing scent. They gather together many beings. These photographs were all taken this 2nd of April 2022 with a 100mm macro lens in a single lavender bush. The late afternoon sun provided the colours.

2 comments

  1. The lavender in my garden still has to flower – I enjoy your photographs of regular visitors and am looking forward to bees coming back. The long drought in the Eastern Cape has meant far fewer bees than usual.

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