Coming in for a landing

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  1. Wilson

    Wilson TPF Noob!

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    Here's a couple shots I got thanks to bracketing.

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    #1 is a good shot, the bee was nicely captured in it.
     
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    The first is a neat shot, but the edges almost look too sharp.
     
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    Simply... amazing! The bee's approach and landing are somehow fascinating to me. Not to mention that beautiful flower against the baby blue sky.
     
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    Thanks for the kind words. I like the first one too, the second was under exposed so I fooled with it a bit in PS, That's why it looks a little washed out. I thought it was kind of funny with the bee's butt hanging out.

    I think the sharpening may be a little too much compresion on my part and when I uploaded them to imagecave I forgot to uncheck the "auto optimize" button. Beware the "auto optimize".
     

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