Bee Inspired: The Wednesday Photo Link Up

Bee Inspired: The Wednesday Photo Link Up. Hello friends. Thanks for stopping by here again today. Do you have any photos to share with us today? Today I am sharing a way back Wednesday post as I found these photos in my blog from Summer that I forgot to post. Love the colours in the photos. So bright and beautiful.

Bee Inspired: The Wednesday Photo Link Up.

Bee Inspired: The Wednesday Photo Link Up:

Dreaming Of Sunshine. It is freezing around here at the minute and these photos remind me of hot Summer days. Talking of Summer, only a few more days to go until the shortest day and then we head back to Summer, whoop whoo!! I have just Googled when Winter solstice is and it falls on Sunday this year. So not very long at all!!

Shortest Day Of The Year. Apparently the shortest day of the year lasts for around 7 hours 49 minutes. How short is that!! I do enjoy watching the nights get longer each week after this day though.

Bee Inspired: The Wednesday Photo Link Up

I really do not mind Winter and I try to embrace the coldness it is just Summer is my feel good season when there is plenty of beautiful colours around and lighter days and sunshine. Photos like this remind me of why I love Summer so much.

Bee Inspired: The Wednesday Photo Link Up

Bee Inspired: The Wednesday Photo Link Up:

So how beautiful are these bee photos? I adore them. Bee Inspired.

How to look after the bees? Looking after bees is also crucial for maintaining a healthy environment and ensuring the continuation of pollination, which is essential for the growth and production of fruits, vegetables, and other crops. Here are some ways to care for bees:

For bees to flourish, their habitat must be suitable. Included in this is a secure location with access to food, drink, and shelter.

By planting flowers, erecting bee hives or boxes, and providing a water source, you can build a habitat. Planting flowers that produce a good quantity of nectar and pollen is crucial since bees depend on these nutrients to thrive. The best flowers and plants are those that are native to the area since they have adapted to the soil and environment.

Bees can become ill from pesticides since they are poisonous to them. If you must use insecticides, pick ones designed especially for bees or turn to natural alternatives.

Bees require a water supply to stay hydrated. You can offer a little bowl of water with a few marbles or pebbles inside to stop them from drowning.

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18 Comments

  1. 20 December 2019 / 16:26

    Love it when the days start to last longer and spring is on the way. That seems so long away at the moment. Beautiful pics!
    Alison xx

  2. 19 December 2019 / 16:55

    Love the thought of days getting longer – means summer is on it’s way! Also love the honeycomb, yum – yum. x Jacqui

  3. Dee | Grammy's Grid
    19 December 2019 / 11:47

    I’m not sharing anything today but I invite you to link up at my themed party (for Christmas trees and ornaments) and my unlimited monthly party!

    • 20 January 2020 / 12:33

      Thanks for stopping by and the invite 🙂

  4. Michelle
    19 December 2019 / 04:29

    I’m totally with you about summer being your feel good season. Those flowers are gorgeous! Lilacs?

    Michelle

    • 20 January 2020 / 12:32

      Thanks Michelle. Whoo yes I think they are 🙂

  5. Joanne
    18 December 2019 / 20:52

    I feel the same way and am loving all these warm summer photos! It is beautiful when the trees and roads are covered in ice and snow but I am not a huge fan of being cold.. and I miss the sun so much in winter.

    • 20 January 2020 / 12:32

      I can not wait for warmer weather 🙂

  6. 18 December 2019 / 16:58

    That’s a gorgeous photo! Such detail!

  7. Madeline
    18 December 2019 / 10:50

    Ah that’s good to know. I’m sooo looking forward to longer days. Here in the UK it currently gets dark at around 4 pm, it’s crazy.

    • 20 January 2020 / 12:31

      It is nice to see the lighter nights start appearing 🙂

    • 20 January 2020 / 12:31

      Thanks for joining us Tamar 🙂

  8. 18 December 2019 / 09:03

    I always celebrate the shortest day Claire. After that it’s a countdown from dreary gloomy days xx

    • 20 January 2020 / 12:30

      I love that the nights are getting lighter now Laurie 🙂