Beautiful blue sky! And the bee is quite extraordinary..
That bee is just so unique, looks like Dart Vader almost :-) and beautiful blue sky..
What a wonderful sculpture. I wonder if there are any more delights in that garden for you to share.
What a giant bee! Can you imagine the buzz that one woudl make?Looks like a neat park.
I love the great blue sky! At first, I thought it was a real macro of a bee!Great scuplture and it looks like it i staring at me.P.S. (@lunch) I have deleted and moved the comment to the correct link.
Lovely bright blue sky, odd structure. Thanks for sharing Diane:)
Yikes, that's one big bee! Gorgeous blue sky...nice capture.
Great shot - is this guy really big? It sure does look big in the photo.
It was gigantic, probably six feet long!
Deep Blue sky...beautiful.Have you ever wondered where the honey comb for that Bee is?...lolIt would be huge.
Bugs! Blue skies! Couldn't be better! Thank you for sharing.
It is so big, luckily is not a real one.
You have been bzzzzy flying around town lately. ha! Is he at the Botanical Gardens? Some how we missed him, or he's new. ?
Reminds me of all teh BIG things that you find in various country towns around Australia.Sydney - City and Suburbs
The blue sky and the bee are just awesome...they are quite a kicker Diane. Great post.
With it being 6 feet long, I'd call that a killer bee! Great sculpture!
whoever created that bee is one heck of an artist, very creative!i love the blue, blue sky... so calming to the soul.
black and blue, perfect!that is one great sculpture!
I love that bee.
@Jen, This was my first visit to the botanical gardens in over a decade. I don't recall seeing the bee before. Participating in Skywatch has taught me to look up more often. :D
With the sky as background and the trees all around, the bee looks nice and natural. Interesting work.
That is such a cool sculpture, I love it. Great photos.
That is one very Big Bee. Looks great against that clear blue sky. Nice capture Diane.
I remember the moulien plant from your profile.Help!!!!!I won't like to encounter such a giant pair of eyes. Reminds me of the old movie, the fly.
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