Ohhhh they're beautiful!
Oh look at the little bee! Did you two hunt it?
Hope you guys steered clear of that bumbly bee!
wow magnificent flower! I would love to put some of these beautiful flowers in my posts!CUTEEEEEEEEE!But I need to confess I have a fear about bees! :-(Take care okay folks!Luna(from Brazil) and mommy Léia
Grete dog likes to eat them!
Oh wow, what beautiful flowers! Are they some sort of honeysuckle? We've not seen that color around here!
Beautious flowers! Leave the bee alone.
Be..eeeeeeeee careful, we know how those beez can get mad! The flowers are very pretty, guess the bee thinks so too=^Y^=the Cat Street Boyz
Pink Honeysuckle! How pretty! But they do draw bees!
Simply lovely flowers~!
It looks like you and Faz are having similar bee problems.They are beautiful flowers.Tavi, Cody, Camie, Miss Jade and Gracie
Very pretty flowers! We hope you are careful around the bees though. We have wasp-y thingies around here that The Mommy is always warning us about.Purrs and hugs,The Kitty Krew
What pretty pictures!
Oh wowie, those are beeyootiful flowers! And watch out fur the stingy bees!Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!
Berry Pretty flowers!!! Did the bee come after you?
What beautiful flowers. I love those shades of pink. The yellow punches of color are really amazing.Happy WW from Sara @ the Mostly Wordless Wednesday H.Q.!
Such beautiful pictures guys.
A Bumbly Bee! We have white honeysuckle that grows thick and luscious along the side fence. Mom loves sitting on the patio when its' scent permeates the air. Alas, it has already come and gone this year.
Hi Eric & Flynn, It's nice to meet you. The flowers are, oh, so pretty. I'm glad you did not get stung by a bee.
Just beautiful. And the Bees - did you chase them?
Sniff the flowers....but not the bees!(pee ess. thanks so much for stopping by on my birthday! ~Wally)
Yes, I'm glad to see that Eric and Flynn aren't anywhere near those bees.Those flowers are very pretty, though. But those bees be dangerous.Yes, and they are very tempting to kitties because of their buzzing and their constant movement.Best to keep your distance guys!
What beautiful flowers!!!!DUDES.....YOU GOTTA COME TO THE BLOG AND SEE WHAT HAPPEND TO ME!!!SAM I AM.....humiliated
Hello guys! I haven't visisted much lately either - the human is too busy being a ho to help me visit my friends. I don't have a dog living with me but he visits almost every day. I will get him, one day. One day my friend I will be blogging about real carnage. xx
How pretty! Do they nomnomnom good?
Beautiful. Thank you for showing us.. Hugs GJ xx
Beautiful flowers, but do avoid the bumble bees.
Those flowers are very pretty. We have honeysuckle out now too. My mum tried to take a picture of a bee the other day but just got a blur!Thank you for your good wishes for her leg. She wants to know, how long did it take your mum to get back on her feet when she broke hers??? She has to take her leg back to hospital for a CT scan tomorrow.
BEAUTIFUL flowers,they are sooooooo lovely :)I love pink colors ^__^
Purrty in pink!PS you will see some "feet in the air" rather soon me thinks...
ERic and Flynn, I can smell those pretty hunny flowers from here. Mind those bees - I got stung by one on my paw when I was a pupper...Mom said she didn't know what hurt worst...my paw on the sting from the vet bill. Now that's plain mean isn't it?You got some nice awards and a good lazy Sunday sniffing the flowers but oooohh..showing embarrassing photo's of my pals??THats meanie too...Wiry wags n kissies Eric xxxx
What pretty flowers. Apparently the bees think so too. Such pretty flowers have such sweet nectar. Told Mom we have to change your address on our link so we can catch up on your antics. Sorry we haven't been visiting much lately. Sure wish I could visit without Mom's help. Maybe I should just transport over there and roll in the grass with you.Casper
Pretty flowers! And a tasty bee.....Thank you for coming to Bora Bora for Karl and Ruis' first anniversary! They sure appreciated that!Mrs. OZ
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