May 18, 2011 – Bee and Flower

Bee and Flower

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Let’s go with this one today. It’s (yet another) bee with (yet another) flower. But it’s Wednesday, and this makes me 3 for 3. I think these are lavender flowers or something? Hmm, whatever, not important. They’re nice enough to look at.

Notes: Canon EOS Rebel T1i, Tamron 90mm f/2.8 macro lens. 1/200s, f/5.0, ISO 400. Focal length: 90mm.

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    Ebony May 21, 2011

    This is brilliant! I would be very proud to have taken this shoot.

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    Web Free Files May 25, 2011

    Beautiful Photo!! Nice blog as well.

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    Glenebay May 27, 2011

    Awesome.. I really like the bee if it’s overlap in the flower. So cute.. BEE are flying insects closely related to wasps , FLOWER sometimes known as a bloom or blossom. They are harmonious ..

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    Natasha June 8, 2011

    Great post!! I like the photo. I really love the bee , it’s beautiful to my eyes.. Especially when she/he overlap in the flower. SOOOOOOOO CUTE 😀

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    nam June 8, 2011

    I like the photo. The bee look so cute especially when he/she overlap in the beautiful flower. You have a good timing in taking this one. Good job :)

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    Cheska June 8, 2011

    Great shot! The bee is so cute. Look at the tail of the bee,it seems that it lightens.Thanks for sharing.

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    chay32 June 8, 2011

    brilliant…i really like the bee it’s overlap in the flower..nice shoot!

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    Althea June 8, 2011

    Absolutely,the picture is very nice…I really find it lovely if the subject of the photo is flower ,animals or any thing that connects to our nature,they were are amazing.Great post.Keep it up.:D

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    May2x June 8, 2011

    I love the casual look of your flower beds . . . so charming! The foxgloves are so gorgeous. I can see why they’re one of your favorites!

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    helga June 12, 2011

    The flower looks ready to die and the bee looks transparent.

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