Fine Art Nature & Intimate Landscape Photographer Jeanette Gruszczynski The Bee and the Pink Clover

I often find myself low to the ground and in the grass looking for interesting things in nature to photograph. One day in May, I was out and about when I noticed some beautiful pink clovers growing in an area. My first instinct was to look for the ones that were furthest apart so I could photograph them separately when I got closer, not soon after a bee came into the scene.

I quickly, took the opportunity to photograph the bee and document what is he was doing which in turn, helped me to create The Bee and the Pink Clover series. It is a short photo series photographed with a Lensbaby Sweet 35 and a 16mm macro converter of the bee trying to make his way up and around a pink clover.

The Bee and the Pink Clover

I often find myself low to the ground and in the grass looking for interesting things in nature to photograph. One day in May, I was out and about when I noticed some beautiful pink clovers growing in an area. My first instinct was to look for the ones that were furthest apart so I could photograph them separately when I got closer, not soon after a bee came into the scene.

I quickly, took the opportunity to photograph the bee and document what is he was doing which in turn, helped me to create The Bee and the Pink Clover series. It is a short photo series photographed with a Lensbaby Sweet 35 and a 16mm macro converter of the bee trying to make his way up and around a pink clover.

To make a prairie it takes a clover and one bee, One clover, and a bee, And revery.
The revery alone will do,
If bees are few.
— Emily Dickinson