Sunday photoblogging: bee and borage

by Chris Bertram on July 10, 2016

Bee and borage



ZM 07.10.16 at 7:43 am

How beautiful!

I love borage. My mum and an aunt and uncle who lived in the country as well used it on desserts a lot when I was young as a decoration. My uncle’s son from a former marriage, so not a relation to me, became a Chef and worked at Mugaritz in Spain and said from there he learnt how to use flowers as more than just decorations. Borage soup made from the leaves is really nice, that is about as far as my experimentation with making recipes with borage goes.


Alan White 07.10.16 at 3:47 pm

My kind of photo–great!


Dr. Hilarius 07.10.16 at 5:32 pm


Chris Bertram 07.10.16 at 6:51 pm

Very nice Dr H (I fixed the link for you)


Dr. Hilarius 07.10.16 at 8:37 pm

Thank you. You are a gentleman.


bad Jim 07.11.16 at 6:09 am

Holy wow! Not at all expected, but spectacular!


ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© 07.11.16 at 3:34 pm

Beautiful shots, Chris B. and Dr. H!

Bees borage hot, bees borage cold…

P.S. I have some little toads.

Tiny toads with tiny toes toe the line.


Sasha Clarkson 07.11.16 at 6:53 pm

Lovely photo Chris: a bit of therapy in these insane times! :)


Donald A. Coffin 07.12.16 at 1:00 pm

Um…You’re very good at this photography thing, Chris.

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