Tuesday, June 30, 2015

A Bee Tree in Paso Robles

A Bee Tree in Paso Robles, © B. Radisavljevic
One beautiful spring day I was walking with my husband along Anderson Road, stopping to photograph the various wineries we passed and anything else that looked interesting. We entered Anderson Road from Highway 46 West and walked all the way to the end. Right where the road curved we saw this bee tree. It was alive with bees, but they are very hard to see because they were moving fast and were almost the same color as the tree. Maybe if you click the photo to enlarge it you will be able to spot a bee or two. Trust me,  they are there. Here is a video that proves it.



The Zazzle products below are photos of what you will see on the corner of Anderson and 46 West. The postcard was created when the vineyard still belonged to Eagle Castle, which you see on the hill. It has been bought by and is now part of Tooth and Nail Winery. You can see the castle at the top of the hill.