79) Uplands, Furrows by Janine Pinion, companion to 79bee, Lasioglossum calceatum, the Common Furrow Bee
I was intrigued by the burrowing habit of this largely solitary bee, which is common in open land. I decided to reflect the landscape of foothills and uplands, where thistle and ragwort can be seen providing nectar to this Furrow Bee. As primarily a painter of light, I imagined the dark tunnels of the furrows and nests underfoot and these are indicated in the foreground.
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