Datura and Pollinators 8/9/17

My little wildlife sanctuary is filled with fragrant datura blossoms that intoxicate the pollinators.  The carpenter bees were especially active and there were honeybees, too.  I expect that the hummingbird moths came out when the sun set. I was out at dusk with the bees as we checked each other out.

oh carpenter bee
collecting fragrant pollen
intoxication
~ Raven Ariana SImons ©2017
open datura
so we can collect pollen
and fragrant nectar
~ Raven Ariana Simons ©2017
beautiful garden
with beloved birds and bees
our chairs await us
~ Raven Ariana Simons ©2017

To my beloved husband as we celebrate 26 years of marriage.
Bright Bee Blessings, Namu Amida Butsu, Namaste
Raven

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