Photographer Captures Adorable Pictures of Bees Sleeping in Flowers

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As powerful as humans feel, we often forget that we are merely spectacles compared to how vast our planet is. And Mother Nature always has a way of rendering us all speechless. Her beauty can only be captured by talented photographers with a keen eye.

Joe Neely quickly gained popularity because of how beautifully raw his work is.

Keep scrolling to see his amazing shots of a group of bees snuggling into a flower for a nap as well as some of his other photographs…

There’s no justice any camera lens can do to a landscape or a wild animal.

Joe Neely is an international wildlife photographer with an eye for beauty and his pictures really show off his talent.

This is “the Milkyway over the cities of Maui, Hawaii as seen from the top of Haleakala volcano at near 10,000 feet elevation.”

This is “Orion’s Belt, the Milkyway, and Betelgeuse as seen from the top of a Haleakala Volcano at 10,000 feet elevation. The sky is so clear up here that I shot this at 3200 iso. The star Betelgeuse, to the left of Orion’s belt, has been diming and it has been in headlines of some news sources in the past few weeks. Scientists claim that it may be about to go supernova and we might see it happen.”

Check out this stunning shot.

“Red sand beach, not as popular as black sand beach so there was almost no one here. Incredible waters and colors.”

“Some say that the biggest cliche in photography is a sunrise. I see it as a chance to receive the day renewed, reborn, in all its glory, and in all its wonder.”

Wow. Just wow.

He wrote this: “When I look into the eyes of an animal, I do not just see an animal. I see a living being. I see a friend. I feel a soul.”

He claims that these “thugs” ran him off the road. What a great photograph.

He really knows how to capture nature in the best way.

It’s almost as you’re watching them in front of you…

The little creatures are crucial to maintaining wildlife. They are perfectly adapted to pollinate, helping plants grow, breed and produce food – they do so by transferring pollen between flowering plants and, as a result, keep the cycle of life turning.

Here are some of my favorite bee pictures by him, including one special image that you’ll never believe is real. Read on to see it.

This is a honeybee. Neely recalled this in his caption: “A single honeybee brain has a million neurons compared with 100 billion in a human. But, researchers report, bees can recognize faces. That’s right, Bees have their own “facial recognition software,” and can recognize human faces. How cool is that?”

And it involves sleeping bees.

Once he uploaded the photograph to his socials, it immediately flooded with comments.

Here the bees start settling down…

Isn’t it just breathtaking?

Have a look at these rare photos of polar bears playing in a field of flowers…