Gold Dust

July 17, 2011 @ 6:08 pm | Filed under: Nature Study

(Click on this one; it wants to be big.)

Here’s a bit of synchronicity…I caught this picture of a pollen-dusted bee this morning while Rose and I were doing the watering, and then a friend shared the following breathtaking video on Google+.

(You might want to click through and watch that at YouTube where the picture is bigger. So very cool.)

And here’s another video that gave me goosebumps this afternoon: a whale caught in fishing line celebrates her freedom after a boat crew cuts her loose. The last minute brought tears to my eyes.


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  1. Oh, happy, happy videos. That, and the mathematical sunflowers made my day.

  2. Wowsers. There is so much that is fabulous in this post I don’t even know where to begin… thanks for sharing!

    I’ll be thinking about that whale all day, I am sure!

  3. I’ve watched the whale three times now and I get choked up every time!

  4. Yes, yes, yes — tears in my eyes! Thank you for sharing!!