Foraging carpenter bee draws pollen from our lavender patch.
Whether driving a combine, raising catfish and show horses, or selling honey at the farmers market, in Arkansas, about one in six folks is employed in some facet of agriculture.
More views of culture than you can shake a stick at:
- Laboratory Culture: http://jnynita.wordpress.com/2013/04/27/wpc-culture/
- Cultivating memories: http://ahecticlife.wordpress.com/2013/04/27/weekly-photo-challenge-culture-the-anzac-spirit/
- Food culture: http://lensaddiction.wordpress.com/2013/04/27/weekly-photo-challenge-culture/
- A look at cultures around the world: http://catbirdphotography.wordpress.com/2013/04/27/weekly-photo-challenge-culture/
- Along the Appalachian Trail: http://www.wildernessescapades.com/wp/2013/04/27/weekly-photo-challenge-culture/
- That’s Nawlins for ya: http://sixdegreesphotography.wordpress.com/2013/04/26/weekly-photo-challenge-culture/
Springtime in the Ouachitas engages every sense. Feel of the warm sun, see the vibrance of its animal and plant life, taste the honeysuckle, breathe in the fragrance of its blooms and listen to the work songs of its pollinators. Carpenter bees, bumblebees, honeybees, wasps, flies and butterflies — they were everywhere on Saturday as the mountains’ wild fruit trees’ blooms soaked in the sunshine.