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Caught in Flight
Lens: Sigma 105mm Macro Camera: Pentax K20D Photo Location: Perth 
Posted By: eaglem, 01-07-2011, 08:44 PM

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01-07-2011, 09:52 PM   #2
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I have gotten hummingbirds in flight, but never been able to do this, great capture, thanks Bob
01-07-2011, 10:35 PM   #3
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I have gotten hummingbirds in flight, but never been able to do this, great capture, thanks Bob
Thanks...... You need to take a lot of shots just to get one good one, I think the word is perseverance !!
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That is a keeper! Makes you a Bee Keeper!

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Damn, Sparkle stung me again!!!!!!!!
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You must really like that Sigma 105 macro. It never seems to leave your camera. I recently got the same lens, but to much snow here to be chasing bees, etc. Always like seeing your shots.
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You must really like that Sigma 105 macro. It never seems to leave your camera. I recently got the same lens, but to much snow here to be chasing bees, etc. Always like seeing your shots.
Thanks! Yes you're right, it hardly leaves the camera as I find it a very versatile and great lens.
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nice capture.. that's a hard shot to get...the bee is pin sharp ..nice work

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nice capture.. that's a hard shot to get...the bee is pin sharp ..nice work
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