I'll be(e) at the hole in the wall...

July 09, 2019  •  Leave a Comment

Regular reader(s?!) of this blog will know that I like my bees.

My blue mason bees especially... but also my leaf cutters.

I have bamboo "hotels" up for them all over the gaff... but sometimes they ignore the hotels and nest in old practice (dry-run)  drill holes that I've occasionally made in the outbuilding walls, before I choose the correct-sized SDS bit and drill something, somewhere on porpoise purpose.

In the past, my dry-run drill holes in our external walls of the outbuildings have been used as lairs or, to use the proper, zoological term, "hidey-holes", for Segestria Florentina.

But this particular hole I happened across this afternoon, is being put to another use.

A few photos for you, then, below. All taken with the old Panasonic FZ50 and a snap-on Raynox DCR150 filter.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 


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