I see… Black and Yellow

I’ve been quietly collecting black and yellow images for a few weeks and now, having got permissions sorted, it’s my great pleasure to present to you:

I see… Black and Yellow

Thank you very much to contributing photographers!

To see a photo in more detail, click on the link for the original post – it may well have a larger version than shown here.

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Taken by:  Jack Dodson (Missouri, USA)

From:  Pearl Crescent Butterfly (Phyciodes tharos) on Lance-leaved Coriopsis (Coreopsis lanceolata)  |  June 19, 2017  |  Original post HERE

Blog:  Dodson F@rm

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Dots Obsession. Art installation from “YAYOI KUSAMA: Life is the Heart of a Rainbow” at National Gallery Singapore. Taken by Joanne Koo (Singapore)

From:  Making art from adversity – Kusama Yayoi  |  August 13, 2017

Blog:  Pot Gardening

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Buzz the Bumble Bee. Watercolour by Jodi McKinney (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania , USA)

From:  A Bumble Bee Named Buzz  |  July 31, 2017

Blog:   The Creative Life In Between

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Taken by Michael Q. Powell (Virginia, USA)

“How much pollen can a bee transport at one time? As it circled the inside of a sunflower, this bee filled the pollen baskets on its hind legs with so much bright yellow pollen that I was afraid it would not be able to lift off and fly away. In addition to the very full pollen baskets, which looked like cotton candy to me, the bee was virtually covered with grains of pollen. My fears proved to be unfounded, and the overladen bee was able to carry away its golden treasure.”  — Mike Powell

From:  Gathering pollen  |  August 11, 2017

Blog:   Mike Powell

A photo by Boris  Smokrovic. unsplash.com/photos/LGy-VOMcZ9U

Dragonfly. Taken by Boris Smokrovic

Source:  StockSnap.io

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Chorister Robin-Chat (endemic to the eastern regions of Southern Africa).
Taken by Carol (KwaZulu-Natal Midlands, South Africa)

From:  Christmas cards and robins  |  December 11, 2016

Blog:  Letting Nature Back In

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Monarch caterpillar on common milkweed. Taken by Chris Helzer (Nebraska, USA)

From:  Miscellaneous Sightings  |  August 8, 2017

Blog:   The Prairie Ecologist

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“There were lots of small moths flying about in the grass, but the mothy highlight was spotting a group of Buff Tip moth caterpillars that had almost stripped a young tree bare.”   Taken by N Rowberry (West Midlands, UK)

From:   Grafton Wood  |  August 20, 2017

Blog:   Too Lazy to Weed

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Brown-hooded Owlet caterpillar eating Blue Wood Aster (Symphyotrichum cordifolium) leaves and flowers.   Taken by Mary Anne Borge (New Jersey, USA)

From:   Bountiful Blue Wood Aster  |  27 November, 2016

Blog:     The Natural Web

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Safety cover on cabling, pedestrian pavement in public space, Dunedin, New Zealand. Photo taken by my SO (2017)

If you enjoyed I see… Black and Yellow, you may also enjoy:

I see… Pink  |  I see…Blue  |  Perfect Match

 


All photos used with permission. Thank you to contributing photographers!

Posted by Exploring Colour (2017)

 

23 thoughts on “I see… Black and Yellow

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    1. Its a beautiful site and I could spend hours there! Thank you, I didn’t know about it! Wish me luck as I’m one of four presenters at an art gallery tomorrow – talking about Colour and my experience of blogging. I’ve only spoken publicly in my life about twice, years ago, and hated it. Third time lucky perhaps, I’ve gained in confidence this last year doing the blogging 🙂

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      1. Good Luck Liz. I’m hoping you write a post all about it and take lots of photos of the art gallery. You’ll be great. I’m stoked you like the site. I get lost there too. Love the combinations and the photos. Blissful.

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        1. Hi Nat! Thought I’d check my spam and was amazed to find the two comments of yours that had got ‘lost’. Heavens knows why they went to spam. Anyway, thanks for your lovely comments and encouragement, really appreciated them!

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      2. Hmm I thought I had replied. Ah well. I’m glad you love the website too. Colour truly has a way of hitting me right in the heart. Good luck! You’ll be awesome! Xx

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    1. Really glad you enjoyed it! I like yellow too. Pete, you ever seen an albino snail? When you find my Such Stunning Snails post, you might like to follow the link to the albino snail. I’d never seen or heard of such a thing!

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  1. Love these images well done!!! 🙂 Feel free to use any of my photos and credit me if you like! I take more photos when I am travelling, so my travel posts would be more suitable. 🙂

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        1. Watercolours can be very special indeed! Hey, I’ve been meaning to ask you if you’ve looked at Rebecca Baumann’s art. She did an installation in our art galley here and I’ve looked at some of her work on the internet. I think she comes from Perth!

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