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Monday, August 13, 2012


Yesterday we took a drive east to Hood River and visited a few lavender farms out there. I will be posting some of the pretty field photos I took this week.

The fields were so full of bees. The sound of it was incredible. As I walked through the rows of lavender, I kept saying to myself "don't get stung, don't get stung". But the bees were pretty busy and into their work and didn't seem to notice me.

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Gunilla B├Ąck said...

Beautiful shot! I've seen a lot of bees too when I've been out taking pics.

Sharon M said...

That's funny because I've done the same thing - walked through bushes and fields full of bees. I really think they don't care because I've never been bothered.

Kim, USA said...

I love visiting Lavender farm. And yes I could not believe how many bees were there and I keep saying to myself too don't get me stung! But they are busy to take notice of me lol!! Great shots here!


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Ellie said...

This is such a beautiful picture. I love lavender - so pretty and the perfume is awesome. :)

Faye said...

Have always wanted to see fields of lavender so will look forward to upcoming photos. Can just imagine the intoxicating smells you got walking among these plants. Glad a bee sting didn't spoil the mood.

Artem Tarasov said...

How smells blooming lavender?

Muhammad khabbab said...

I love lavender though still trying to grow it from seed. Spanish one grows better in our hot climate as compared to the english one. These must have been fragrant.