Cherry tree, bumble bee

A bumblebee is having a feast on a blossoming cherry tree during the first warm days of this year. Thanks to the busy bumble tree we will have sweet cherries soon.


Aerodynamically, the bumble bee shouldn’t be able to fly, but the bumble bee doesn’t know it so it goes on flying anyway.

– Mary Kay Ash

(of course this statement should not be seen from a science/biology/aerodynamics standpoint ;))


If you wonder about the new logo – it is a test, an idea of mine – what do you think? A name that suits such a blog?


42 thoughts on “Cherry tree, bumble bee

    1. Thank you πŸ™‚ – I am currently thinking about changing it though to something more unique … – not sure about it yet (I’m in the brainstorming phase ;))

      The logo used in this picture is already the new one – If I chose to change it the blog’s name will change as well to the new one …

  1. I LOVE THIS! You’ve captured so much with one shot! RE: Logo .. seems a bit wordy but it somehow works (not sure if I can further explain that though, sorry)

  2. Just About Perfect! The bee is like a part of the flower – and, in a real sense, this is true. Your eye completed the circle by connecting the bee to us, a very critical connection (literally, as well as one of the heart πŸ™‚
    Of course the photo also just kicks ass, period.

    What a great world if no one was allowed to become a business executive until, like you, he had first shown himself to be an artist.

  3. Beautiful photo. And as for the name of your blog…I think it suits. It is your perspective you are sharing with us. Your journey for us to follow. Well done.

  4. Thanks for your visit to my site :} Your close-up shots are wonderful, and the new logo is very good. More eye-catching than your previous one which is good for asserting your copyright and also as a catchy name for people to remember!

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