Crawling in the Clover


Crawling around in the clover isn't a great idea on the farmette.  



 The bee population has been busy working every piece of clover they can find.  You can hear them even while walking around the property.  




While I was down on the ground, I had this fine fellow keeping watch for me.  




He follows me wherever I go.......


Comments

  1. We have lots of clover but few bees other than bumble bees and other native bees. Our horse loves the clover and it seems to grow back quickly where he eats.

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  2. I agree. Not a good idea to roll in that clover. I can see that the bees would be very happy there!

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  3. Our clover flowers are now gone! :( Yes, the buzzers are on the move...grandson, Tyler was stung two times last week!!! It's always nice to have a sweet friend follow you around.....looks like you have a good one!!

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  4. My dogs try to bite the bee's that are in the yard, stupid dogs, lol!!!! Your pictures are great :)))

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  5. Funny thing...I have a post today with a "bee" photo ! Wish I had a faithful dog, like you have, to follow me around....

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  6. Morning Michelle, love your shadow :) The bees must be very happy buzzing among the clover, Blessings Francine.

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  7. Excellent shot of your dog. Love the clover too.

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  8. Love your 'watch' dog! Bees and I do not get along either! Happy Tuesday.

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  9. Ahhhh but you did wonderful to capture the clover buds. I was on the ground yesterday too but I worried about snakes. I was in an overgrown area.

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  10. Always a good idea to have a great watch dog keeping an eye out . . .

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  11. sweet guard pup! mine just killed a water moccasin yesterday off the front porch - that was the first thing that came to mind when you said crawling around in clover wasn't smart. :)

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  12. Bees are fascinating social creatures, rather like bloggers aren't they!
    And your faithful watchful friend looking after you so well :)

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  13. Bzzzz. Can't think of a nicer sound just now. Love your photo of your guardian. Smooch, guardian!

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  14. I love clover. it always reminds me of making clover chain jewelry when I was a child. xo Laura

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  15. A great place for the Bees and good to see your faithful companion is keeping a close eye on you Michelle.

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  16. I was trying to get a good shot of the storm clouds the other day standing next to the fence and I could hear the bees buzzing in the blackberry brambles. It's no wonder to me why they are called "busy".

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  17. Beautiful, serene, even if there are bees! I think I can smell the sweetness of the country!
    Happy Tuesday,
    Jemma

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  18. I hope you didn't get stung!

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  19. What a great shot of your watchful dog - I love the sun on his back! Although I don't think I'd like to crawl in your clover - clover honey is sounding mighty nice!

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  20. You have a handsome companion. I remember making necklaces with the clover when I was a kid!

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  21. There's nothing like a canine companion! He looks very serious about looking out for you!

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  22. Lovely shots of the clover, but the dog steals the show. He's handsome!

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  23. That's a lot of clover. You got yourself some excellent closeups.

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  24. It was fun to envision you down in the clover getting a good shot of the little clover flowers. What a good dog you have!
    ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  25. great photos Michelle and such a gorgeous shot of your buddy :-)

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  26. Hi Michelle, This post just makes me smile. The thought of you down on the ground to get those pics for us and the watchman keeping an eye out for any harm that might be approaching ... You go the extra mile for us! :-) Neat post!!! John

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  27. Are you noticing more bumble bees than honey bees this year?

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  28. awwww, so sweet!! your bff is beautiful!!!

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  29. Terrific photos. What a great angle to catch the clover and of course that wonderful pal. How wonderful to hear the sound of bees -- a sound that has become so rare -- barbara

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  30. Oh yes the clover and the bee's go hand in hand. I'm very careful walking through our yard when I don't have shoes on. Your dog looks so sweet.

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  31. What a beautiful photo of a beautiful dog...:)

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  32. I am jealous that your dog doesn't try licking the camera lens while you are focusing.

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  33. it's the guardian of flowers

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  34. i enjoy your pal. glad you have a constant follower. clover ... pretty. i don't think we have any in our yard wonder why? we have weeds & on a bit of grass ... maybe that is the problem. i wonder??! ( :

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  35. Australian Shepherd??? Oooh, you are a fortunate lady -
    I got to attend a class about bees - now they capture my attention . .
    I am careful to look before I put my feet down - because, surely a bee is working . . . .

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  36. It is nice to be 'protected' when we take our pictures freely...

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  37. Beautiful field of clover, I love the scent of clover and the fresh grass.

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