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Posted By: eaglem, 12-06-2023, 06:57 PM

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12-06-2023, 07:19 PM   #2
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You really nailed this shot. Both the flower and bee have great detail and natural colours. Captured very well in great light.
12-06-2023, 07:29 PM   #3
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Nice shot. A young bee I think! Looks relatively fuzzy still.

I hope your bees remain free of varroa for a few years yet.
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nice shot.

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You really nailed this shot. Both the flower and bee have great detail and natural colours. Captured very well in great light.
I was lucky

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QuoteOriginally posted by DamienW Quote
Nice shot. A young bee I think! Looks relatively fuzzy still.

I hope your bees remain free of varroa for a few years yet.
They work hard here to keep that Mite out of the country

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nice shot.
Thank you
12-07-2023, 12:23 AM   #6
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I really like this shot, eaglem, more than you other recent similar image. The bee is captured better, and the brightness (with detail) of the flowers give the whole image a great lift. Nice work.
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I really like this shot, eaglem, more than you other recent similar image. The bee is captured better, and the brightness (with detail) of the flowers give the whole image a great lift. Nice work.
Thanks a lot, I'm rather happy with this shot too

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As the others have said, this is a terrific capture with such good colors and sharp details. Well done EM.
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As the others have said, this is a terrific capture with such good colors and sharp details. Well done EM.
Thanks a lot Todd
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Very beautiful shot of that flower!
And then there is a bee--excellently photographed on the flower!
Great image!
Uuuummm....no fly on the flower....?
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Very beautiful shot of that flower!
And then there is a bee--excellently photographed on the flower!
Great image!
Uuuummm....no fly on the flower....?
Angky
The flies are around though
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