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Mmmm! Magnolia

 






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35 comments:

  1. Beautiful flower, great capture of the pollinator in action.

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  2. Beautiful flowers! I can smell them from here ;-)

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  3. Wow!! Great shot of this beauty!

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  4. Such a lovely flower! Magnolias are so special

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  5. Oh My GOD! This flower is the epitome of beauty, or is your photography making me feel so? 😊

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  6. Magnolia's are amazing, and I was surprised to see them growing in the dessert, I always thought they were tropical.
    Thank you for hosting, I hope you will stop by and share your party on Oh My Heartsie Girl's omhgww.
    Have a great week!

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  7. Beautifully captured Sue. Thanks for the link today 😊.

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  8. What a fantastic way to photograph the magnolia. Love it!

    Worth a Thousand Words

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  9. Love Magnolia, we get the pink and white ones here

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  10. Great shots! The bee hovering especially!

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  11. Stunning shots, Sue!

    Happy Tuesday!

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  12. Fantastic close up shots of the magnolia and bee. Have a happy day.

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  13. Wow! Habe two magnolias in my garden, but never seen their flowers as a bee...

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  14. Your magnolia is gorgeous! The picture with the bee is wonderful!

    Have a fine day, Sue!

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  15. your magnolia is so beautiful and it looks like the bee is loving it too. Stay safe, enjoy your week, and thank you again for the link up.

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  16. That is simply stunning.
    Thank you for hosting!

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  17. The details on the flower are stunning!

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  18. Thanks also for joining in at #Allseasons

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  19. Extra nice shots today. I love magnolias and don't see this kind much. Very well done. Thanks for hosting, too!

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  20. The flower is beautiful, but I also love the sequence you captured of the bee coming in for a landing. :)

    Thank you for hosting, Sue!

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  21. Oh my goodness,simply beautiful! Well done.

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  22. Love the photos, a very interesting idea.

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  23. This kind of magnolia is new for me
    The kind of flower is different of ours.
    Very beautiful images! Thank you and Happy WW!

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  24. I've never seen a magnolia photographed like this! Fabulous!

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