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Its almost time for Summer again....and you still have leftovers from last time? Wow...Happy WW:)
oh those are scary - hope they are not anywhere near your house! (we have those - they are THE WORST)
Oh, these are way cool.I have never seen one round and hanging like in the first shot.
The bees can do the work !!!Nice shots :)Happy WW !!
The pictures are cool--but I've never been to fond of hornets
Do not like wasps...do not like to see wasp nests...although, you have taken some very good photographs...I will just pretend that I do not know what these architectural structures are.
They almost look like a dried sunflower. I have seen live one out and about looking to build new. better not be around the house.
Great shots! We had one of those big wasp nests in our tree too - scary!We'd love to hear about your photos over at Tell Me Thursday sometime!
We had a HUGE one this summer too, but had to tear it down as it was very low and accessible to the kids. We had fun tearing it apart and observing the larva.
I love these photos. Wasps nests are truly amazing when you can see the fine detail especially. Too bad the buggers are so mean! Happy Wednesday!
Amazing as usual! I have so been enjoying your pictures this week. I had trouble with our internet for a while and could not look at pictures or u=tubes due to the speed. I missed your lovely shots!
very apt title!... i've never seen a "real" beehive before...now i know how it looks like... glad there aren't any "leftover" bees when you took those photos... they might think it's an "invasion" of their "privacy" and turn mean:)...
It's amazing how you capture beauty in life even if the life is not glowing...
Lisa, nature's intricate patterns never fail to charm.
What great nature art! Love these!
Oooooo, these are lovely photos. Those dried up combs would be awesome home decor. I would bring those in and use them. Great photos.Happy WW from Sara @ Mostly Wordless Wednesday HQ!
I'm glad the occupants were not around! Nice shots!
Scary and awesome at the same time! Very cool shots.
Just beautiful, sharp, crisp pictures!
Pretty cool close-ups there girl makes me glad winter is on the way out!
Well at least they've moved out now. Not my favorite members of the animal kingdom those guys. Hope they don't come back for an encore!
A wonderful find. I hope no one moves in and renovates this spring. We have some tiny ones we brought in the house a few years ago and they hang in my fig tree.
I find these in my eaves frequently ... Apparently wasps like my citrus trees ;--)Hugs and blessings,