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  • fairydustskies
    03.08.2021 - 6 hours ago

    brazil vs japan for the olympic volleyball tournament this’ll be a blast

    #second set alrdy but it’s so fun #this game is absolutely incredible so far #bee’s pollinations
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  • fairydustskies
    03.08.2021 - 6 hours ago

    i saw this grass rug on pinterest but the person in the comments bought it from amazon so i need to do a little digging before i buy it but i want it So Bad holy shit

    #it genuinely looks like grass #but the reviews say it’s soft like regular rugs #and i just #hnnnnnnng#neeeeeed#bee’s pollinations
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  • fairydustskies
    03.08.2021 - 6 hours ago

    i hope im not only a mutual to u but a feeling

    #i hope u see smth and go ‘this is a bee thing’ #bee’s pollinations
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  • hankwag93
    03.08.2021 - 9 hours ago

    For macromonday here is a snowberry clearwing moth feeding on common milkweed flowers. Taken 7/10/21. https://fineartamerica.com/featured/snowberry-clearwing-moth-henry-wagner.html

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  • comfybumble
    03.08.2021 - 11 hours ago
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  • fairydustskies
    02.08.2021 - 11 hours ago

    why is the secret history so dense and almost 600 pages long ??? how secret is the history ????

    #it’s been 3hrs since i started #(on page 12 mind u) #and i’m only on page 60 smth #my brain is throbbing #i feel like i just left the alien ride at the theme park #im dizzy and disoriented and i barely know my own name #bee’s pollinations
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  • shanature
    02.08.2021 - 14 hours ago

    cute gold skipper butterfly uses its mouth straw to eat from a Shasta daisy in my flower garden!

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  • classysassyspiderweb
    02.08.2021 - 15 hours ago

    One of my fave new discoveries in Stratford - the Ted Blowes Memorial Pollinator Garden 🌹🥀🌷🌺🌸🏵️🌻💮🌼🌱🌿🌳🌲🕷️🕸️🐌🐜🐝🐞🦋🐛 #garden #pollinators #stratfordontario #naturephotography #green #vacation (at Stratford, Ontario) https://www.instagram.com/p/CSFW0j1p2vP/?utm_medium=tumblr

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  • fairydustskies
    02.08.2021 - 1 day ago

    my mutuals and i are all vampires actually. few of us are active during the day but at night we leave our gothic castles and meet up for drinks and unfathomable activities

    #love how i’ll log on during the day and i’ll find only a handful of u #but at night you’re all on fucking steroids or smth #bee’s pollinations
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  • jillraggett
    02.08.2021 - 1 day ago

    Plant of the Day

    Monday 2 August 2021

    The short evergreen shrub Lavandula angustifolia 'Hidcote' (English lavender) is ideal for a low flowering hedge. The small deep violet-purple flowers are in dense, aromatic spikes that are popular with pollinators.

    Jill Raggett

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  • fairydustskies
    02.08.2021 - 1 day ago

    so damn tired like so damn tired

    #i would like to take a nap for the next week #and wake up refreshed ofc #or else what’s the point #bee’s pollinations
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  • fairydustskies
    02.08.2021 - 1 day ago

    sometimes i feel like i’m lying to myself abt being queer but then i rmbr that cis and het ppl and i absolutely do not have anywhere near the same experiences w sexuality and gender and then im like oh so it’s just internalized phobia then? ok

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  • fairydustskies
    02.08.2021 - 1 day ago

    sorry for being more gender than your favourite cishet white man i absolutely did it on purpose

    #im very hot #and very gender #self love#bee’s pollinations
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  • fairydustskies
    02.08.2021 - 1 day ago

    my biggest fear is getting famous and thinking it was because i did smth impressive only to find out it was because my face unknowingly became a meme

    #my second biggest fear is becoming pop singer/mainstream actor level famous #bee’s pollinations
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  • fairydustskies
    02.08.2021 - 1 day ago

    pride was happening downtown today and i couldn’t go because i was with my parents

    #i wanted so badly to be part of pride #and it hurt knowing that i can only go to pride if i keep it a secret from my parents #sucks#bee’s pollinations
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  • astronaut-al-kaysani
    02.08.2021 - 1 day ago

    wheres that adorable drawing that goes like 'the gardener whose garden is always gorgeous and growing bc the fairy that lives there is in love with her'???? bc thats joenicky to a T

    #my post #the old guard #kaysanova #i guess lol #nicky is the fairy who is so in love with how joes eyes light up when he sees his flourishing gardenias and whos smile is so bright nicky #thinks it puts the sun to shame #one day nicky saw the petunias that his new planted werent doing so hot so he heals them #neighbor #and has been chasing the high of joes happiness ever since #he leads the aphids away to the nextdoor neighbor (bookers) garden bc he doesnt want them eating joes plants #he gathers the butterflies around when he knows joes coming home from work so he can that his pollinator plants are working #and nickys favorite time is when joe has a day off and comes to work in the garden himself #and nicky thinks its so so so beautiful because joe has it organized #his artists eye makes it elaborate but stunning and even if nicky wasnt there to keep everything in bloom he would get compliments #his other neighbor is an old old lady who tells joe about the fairies around theses parts #and joes like haha what anyway #but then he spots nicky as nickys helping a bud grow on his new hanging flowers #this blue little blob about the size of his hand that clearly becomes a person the closer he gets #they become friends idk how #and idk maybe nicky can grow human sized if he wants
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  • charlesreeza
    01.08.2021 - 1 day ago

    Beeezzzz - I took all these photos within thirty minutes today on my 40 by 122 foot city lot.  Most of the bees were busy, but I found a few, like those in the last two photos, that were napping inside flowers.  I nudged them to make sure they were alive and they just crawled further into the flowers like tired teenagers and went back to sleep.

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  • integralselection
    01.08.2021 - 1 day ago

    from Sarah Selecky’s writing school blog

    I’m a hummingbird! Unfocused? Way more alive.

    JULY 31, 2021 BY SARAH SELECKY LEAVE A COMMENT

    Iwoke up in the middle of the night thinking about the shimmering violet beard of Costa’s Hummingbird. He’s brown, until he tilts his head in the sun to attract his mate, and surprise! A brilliant flash of purple.

    (I’d watched the new David Attenborough Life in Color before bed.)

    I had gone to bed with the question, what makes me feel alive?

    Through a swirl of images that night, I felt a profound insight arise. Too tired to get up and write, I took a mental snapshot of the bird’s purple beard to remind me, and let myself doze off.

    In the morning, just a word was left: hummingbird. The full insight, if it could ever have been explained rationally, was gone.

    I went about my day. I sat down to gather my thoughts on our August theme: passion. I remembered that I wanted to look up something Elizabeth Gilbert had said about passion some years ago.

    Lo and behold, in the short talk I was thinking of, Liz says there are two types of people in this world:

    Jackhammers.

    And Hummingbirds!

    Elizabeth herself identifies as a jackhammer: she focuses on one thing at a time, digs deep, and doesn’t stop until she’s done.

    The hummingbird is the person who buzzes all around. Reads three books at once. Flutters around multiple passions and projects.

    It sounds flighty and undisciplined.

    But Liz has a reframe:

    If you are a hummingbird, you are cross-pollinating the world! This is important work!

    Hummingbirds make new cultural connections. We carry information and ideas between flowers that are otherwise strangers. And THAT is what makes us feel most alive.

    I always thought I was a jackhammer. Or at least, that I needed to act like one to complete anything of merit, like a novel.

    But I love sitting in nests of random inspiration material, infusing myself in different books, articles, movies, teachers, and gardening projects.

    Earlier this week, I was reading three books: The Way of Integrity by Martha Beck, Flow by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, and Hush by Rubin Naiman. Picking up where I left off in each, they all opened to a section that mentioned Dante’s Inferno. A divine wink!

    What my dream was trying to say: I’m a hummingbird. I’m more of a hummingbird than I am a writer, even.

    In trying to be as passionate as a jackhammer, I lost touch with my true nature!

    So I’m trying Gilbert’s advice for hummingbirds: follow your curiosity, not your passion.

    I don’t need to double down to finish the next draft of my book. My novel needs me to go out and live!

    I’m now happily making small steps towards 3–4 different projects, not too troubled by what gets done first.

    So instead of chasing my passion into the future, I am following what makes me feel alive. I feel both free and full of uncertainty.

    (Ah, the signature feeling of creative doing.)

    That is what I want for us. That is what I’m writing about this month.

    Curiously following the sugar,

    Photo credit: Brooke Lark on Unsplash.

    https://www.sarahseleckywritingschool.com/im-a-hummingbird-unfocused-way-more-alive/

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  • michaelstephenwills
    01.08.2021 - 2 days ago

    Yellow Hibiscus II

    This is a perennial, commonly known simply as “hibiscus”, or less widely known as rose mallow. Other names include hardy hibiscus, rose of sharon, and tropical hibiscus. The hibiscus flower is traditionally worn by Tahitian and Hawaiian girls. If the flower is worn behind the left ear, the woman is married or has a boyfriend. If the flower is worn on the right, she is single or openly available…

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    #Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM Fixed Lens #Canon EOS 5D Mark IV dslr #Finger Lakes Region #flower#hardy hibiscus #Hawaii State Flower #Hibiscus#Mallow#Malvaceae #Manfrotto BeFree Carbon Fiber tripod with ball head #Nature#Nyctinasty#perennial#photography#pollinate#red color#rose mallow #rose of sharon #Summer#tropical#tropical hibiscus#yellow color
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