Cherry blossoms

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  1. Ron Evers

    Ron Evers Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I have not seen a Hummingbird yet but they usually appear with the cherry blossoms.

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    vtf No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I like your pet bee. :thumbup:
    Good shots
     
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    These are very nice. I like the bee a lot too. I have been hoping to catch a bee on a flower, or a butterfly or something!
     
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    Love the bee! :) Great pictures!
     
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    Nice, good feel.
     
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    I like them, for cherry blossoms. From my 1 week of experience...haha...cherry blossoms are hard to capture as far as flowers go. Not sure why. But I do like these.
     
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    Thanks folks, glad you enjoyed the pics. Cherry blossoms, dandelions & bees epitomize spring for me.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    That bee in flight is good. How I wish ... so far I haven't been successful.
     
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    Awesome composition on #1, especially with the backdrop pattern.

    I tend to like the darker background color swishes of the other 2 images though. They really help pop out the cherry blossoms and the bee colors :thumbup:
     
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    Yeah, I like the bee there, cause it's just... about... to... land. The anticipation is just too much for me.
     
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    Really like the second picture. Prefer the composition and the bee !! :thumbup:

    ...have spent this afternoon trying to capture shots of bees and it takes some doing
     
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    As everyone has already mentioned, nice catch of the bee mid-flight. I like the fact that the bee is sharp, but the wings have motion. We'll be waiting for the hummingbird shot!
     

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