We’ll get rid of those pesky mosquitoes one way or another!
Jane, our lovely host in Kentucky is also a beekeeper!
The morning we arrived, she had slaved in the garage filling many jars of the clover honey her bees had made.
While I’m somewhat allergic to bees (and go to some pains to not find out just
how allergic), I did enjoy standing outside near the boxes, watching them fly about.
Yes, that’s a headstone in the background. The bees live in a small cemetery on her property.
Susan also recorded a small
If you’re ever near Lexington and see some Honey to Die For, pick some up. It’s yummy.
Another in the McKee picnic series. This one looks a lot like a heart, drawn with a morning glory. Makes me want to put together some gadgets to do light painting regularly.
Another in the continuing McKee picnic fireworks series. A Chinese Dragon drawn using a morning glory.
One of the shots from the McKee picnic fireworks show looks like someone casting a spell.
One one of the best fireworks shots from the McKee picnic. All the pictures were taken by allowing the camera to take pictures for 4s every 6s. While there were a few pictures brightly lit by lightning, this was the only one where the lighting was in the frame.