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Monday, March 10, 2008


My husband brought this bee home for me. I get my bees mixed up. Is this a honey bee or a wasp?--I know it's not a bumble bee--those are the furry black and yellow striped ones. Again, I used a magnifying glass.
7"x 7" Watercolor


Don Gray said...

I don't know what kind of bee it is either, but it's beautiful. The wing is great.

Susan Beauchemin said...

Hi Don, thanks, I'm now thinking a yellow jacket?

Neil Toulch said...

Hi Susan,
So happy to have discovered your blog.
I love this particularly because of your colour vibration.

Martha Miller said...

a bee or not a bee? zat eez zee question...

is a yellow jacket a hornet?

great job! I LV D B!

Susan Beauchemin said...

Hi Neil, I enjoyed your colorful blog!

Hi Martha, I don't know--I really don't know my bees and I don't mind my P's or Q's either. What the heck are P's and Q's!--AHHG!

Martha Miller said...

Hey, you don't need to mind your P's and Q's, as long as you mind your own beeswax.

Full of P & V
(and a little B S, too...)

Susan Beauchemin said...

oh, good one!--leave it to U

florence said...

Hi, your work is very beautiful and i greatly admire all your paintings !I was wondering how can you make these fantastic backgrounds with neat little colored spots ? I would be happy to talk about this.
Have a great day