On Bunnies, Bees and Hydrogen Power
I was gardening the other day, pulling up some weeds when a very small bunny came out from the behind the buttercups. I wasn’t doing much at the time and we kind of looked at each other for a while and I got these pictures:
A bunny this size can easily fit under the fence to get into my yard. They seem to like the natural plants more than some of these type of flowers:
The blackberries are in full bloom and there are many bees in my yard buzzing around constantly. A couple times this season I have seen bees that were just laying on flowers almost motionless. It seemed like they were still alive because I could see the antennas moving if I waited long enough.
It was almost as if they were having to fly so far to get to the flowers that they were all tired out by the time they got here. There was no pollen on their legs so that was my best guess. It was easy to take some pictures of the resting bees:
Here’s another picture of one of them busy getting pollen:
I was thinking it would be a very peaceful way to go resting on a giant flower with the fragrance of nectar in the gentle breeze. Everything takes effort and we like to hope that the things we do will pay off in the end and the effort we make will be filled with joy and fun.
One of the quotes I like goes something like, “If you can turn your effort into play you never have to work a day in your life.” I forget who said that, but don’t quote me on that, its kind of a best kept secret. It seems like some people think I’m a hedonist already and they might get mad if they see me sitting around all the time and take to ordering me around just for spite. :D
My favorite excuse for staring at my computer monitor, “Trady coins don’t just trade themselves you know, everything takes effort, working hard here, working hard,...” LOL.
All kidding aside, clean energy is like effort that is given freely by the environment that doesn’t destroy habitat and make things difficult for many things to survive.
So what does this have to do with hydrogen power? Well, not a whole lot, it’s mostly about me liking to show off my photography, lol. However, the birds, bees and bunnies like a clean natural environment although they don’t say so in so many words.
Burning hydrogen instead of gas could help clean up the environment a lot. Hydrogen burns very cleanly and produces water. There has been a lot of talk about how it could be the answer to our climate issues and provide clean energy without much effort.
We could make hydrogen fuel from water in our garage or buy it in gas stations. It could be burned in existing car engines so there would be no need to make a lot of new vehicles. Making cars is a very resource intensive process in itself, so reuse of current vehicles is beneficial.
If you are more interested in details I would highly recommend reading this article on it: HyTech Power
Thanks for reading! I always value your support and comments. The pictures were taken by me with my Galaxy S9+ with some modifications done in the digital darkroom using GIMP and Google Photos.