Here's one of our old favourites. This was taken in the early days of Bright Beehive as a company and by Nick as a beekeeper.
This is one of the thousands of bees that Nick has. What you are not able to see here is the nervousness I had when dealing with these wondrous beasts. I had a fear of bees which has largely subsided over the past couple of years.
I particularly love this photo. (Shame I didn't shave that day.)
Special thanks to Andy and Peter for last week's entries.
I guest-tweeted for Lap The Lough using the hashtag #LTL11. It was great to see the event grow, and to see the new faces, as well as people from the previous laps.
Just like last year everyone got a T-shirt designed by Marc Johns so I thought it would be appropriate to use his image for this week's Wednesday Caption.
Image by Marc Johns
Although the event was great fun for many it was marred by a nasty accident which resulted in a serious injury of a young woman taking part in the event. The accident set the tone for the day for the organisers who had issue upon issue to deal with.
This week's Wednesday Caption is taken from a photo taken from Lap The Lough. Lap The Lough is an annual event of over 1000 cyclists cycling around Lough Neagh in Northern Ireland all raising money for their favourite charities.
Last week we got our first caption from Tucker Sautter in USA as well as a contribution from Peter Young. And of course our own from Nick and myself. We're delighted that this is taking off. This week's amazing photo comes from Lap The Lough organiser Eugene Hamill. Please feel free to give us your funnies.
Last week was a record week in terms of views for Wednesday Caption views. Also we got a great response from Colin in Shepherd's Rest Pub in Draperstown, Northern Ireland, @lin0028 and @sgforster - as well as a couple of attempts from Nick and myself.
This week I have drawn from the content of the excellent John Baucher aka Moochin Photoman again. Please feel free to bowl us over with your funnies.
Last week we ran the first of our Wednesday Captions to coincide with our periodical newsletter. We received two reponses from last week's entry from @chri5grant and @lin0028 above @nickodoherty's instigator. We would like to receive from you images (that are free regarding copyright) and of course captions. Here is an image by my good friend Stephen McNally. Give me your best captions.