Honey Bee

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  1. LittleMan

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    I was chasing around a few honey bees that were collecting the pollen from the bluebonnetts.

    Hope you like them! :D

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    It was very challenging to get them in focus with my Panasonic Lumix. The Lumix doesn't focus as fast as my film canon rebel.

    Thanks for looking! :D
     
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    I like them...but the colors/brightness might be a bit much?
     
  3. thebeginning

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    i agree, saturation might be a tad too high, as well as contrast. but i commend you for getting good honey bee shots. ive chased those around at my house without getting too many good ones. 1,6, and 7 are the best.
     
  4. LittleMan

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    Thanks!
    Yeah, I went a little too far with the saturation... haha I did want the bee to stick out though..
     
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    srry to be...overly critical or excessively fault finding, but...

    technically, the bees were collecting the nectar in the flowers to make honey. It just so happens that they collect and spread the pollen.
     
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    way to capture a hard subject.
     
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    Neophyte Photographer TPF Noob!

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    nice pics btw!
     
  8. LittleMan

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    yeah, I'm not an expert on bees or flowers as you can see.... :lol: At least I knew it was a honey bee! :)
    Thanks everyone!
    All comments are appreciated! :)
     
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    Great shots LittleMan.
     

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