Bumblebee in Roses

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Bumblebee in Roses
2 in
11 in
8 in
Photo Credit
Peter Blaiklock
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This textile sculpture celebrates the bumblebees that are active in my rugosa roses from Spring to Fall. I love watching them busily move from one flower to the next. Their buzzing reminds me of how important they are to a healthy environment. Their buzzing allows them to effectively pollinate a large number of fruits, vegetables and flowers. There are over 40 species of bumblebees in Canada. So far, I have identified and photographed 5 species - more than 25% of the 16 native to my province!

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