Saturday, March 28, 2015

dc pollinators



pollinators,
according to science, the impression of the world around them
 differs from ours, because of the way their eyes are built.

they can see UV light.

no wonder they are buzzing and fluttering around  as energetic as they do :)
i'm already looking forward to the time they will be here,
helping to bring the garden alive !
small gems.


sweet Tammie is our host this week,
please go to her wondrous place to see
more pollinators at work.

have a beautiful weekend
X

19 comments:

  1. Yes this a very interesting aspect which we consider seldom and I like how you put in action/Painting!
    xo
    barbara bee
    P.S. to your last post, very very nice painting and please watch next weeks art video tuesday, I will post an artist which will be interesting for you!

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    1. thanks Barbara, i will surely watch that video, i find those posts of yours always very interesting and stimulating too,x

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  2. l thought this was a collage but on closer look, it's paint. still quote a wonderful piece.

    hope you have a lovely day.

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  3. I had no idea that they can see UV light, than kyou for sharing that.
    i love that you put a flying ladybug in your sweet painting, we don't often get a look at their under wings.
    thank you for joining us!

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  4. wonderful painting, Renilde; your pollinators are beautiful! I like that they can see UV light - very interesting!

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  5. I didn't know about their UV light ability! Thanks for this interesting detail. Your painting's lovely, too! :-)

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  6. really: they are flying diamonds! your painted pollinators are so wonderful, love the little bees and the butterflies.
    :-) mano

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  7. Great choice of colors.Love it that some wings are not covered with a pattern.

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  8. Hi, Renilde, as always, your painting is wonderful. I wonder how it will see the world around us with the eyes of one of those bugs? How a painting of yours look like?

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  9. Your paintings look lovely Renilde! Wouldn't it be wonderful to be able to see in UV? I always marvel at UV photographs when I see the hidden from our eyes patterns and colours. :D Hope you're having a lovely weekend.

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  10. they must be so happy in your humongous garden! i'll bet they love you for that free garden of yours. if i was a pollinator.... n♥

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    1. oh good. you found the pig in the garden then? only when the image showed up i saw the likeness. sets my mind racing, you know... like, "help the piggy, buried underneath!!!" ;)))

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  11. Such beautiful pollinators you've painted! How exciting world is, I did not know they
    are able to see UV light! Fascinating!

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  12. Hello Renilde, I thought Leonore Carringtons and your work have a familiar background, that was the reason I thought it might be interesting for you.
    xo
    barbara bee

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  13. such a happy buzzing painting
    and thanks for the enlargement of the ladybug
    spring is here and summer is coming ;^))
    x

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  14. Hi Renilde. what can I say? I love your work. all of it. Each and every painting. this one rings with buzzing and fluttering and even a ladybug zipping home to her children! xo Carole

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  15. Me encanta esta pintura con estos dibujos y mariposas y demás insectos.
    ¡Es genial!

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  16. Lovely. I like all the different patterns on their wings.

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