Look dada a bee

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  1. snownow

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    Just found out how hard it is to get an image through a glass door.

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    Freaky looking eyes on the wasp?
     
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    Ewwww that just make my skin crawl, but hey it's a very cool shot.
     
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    Funny first thing I did was go ewwwww too! But they are nice shots. I like the first one with the kid pointing great depth of field there!!! Thank you very much I now have the heebie jeebies!! : )
     
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    ooooo I like that first one - great composition! - the second one freaks me out - he's looking right at me... ich
     
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    Woah, I didn't even notice the out of focus image in the background of the first. That's some imagination working there! :thumbsup:

    I think it's a wasp though. :scratch:
     
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    It is a wasp, she's two so most bugs are ants, spiders or bees (no matter what it is). She came up to me and said, look dada a bee, thus the title. Glad i could make a couple of you go ewwww with them.

    These were taken though the rear door to my house, 1/3" thick glass. I photoshoped out some of the reflection and a little scratch or two (in the first one). You can still see the grain of the glass in the second.
     
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    i love the first one with her hand and finger pointing....
    (for a little bit, i thought it was jon mikal.. :biglaugh: ..)

    the idea on the first one is just great...and the second really does show his freaky eyes.....i get stung so often, i dont really think of eww....

    just owww.. :roll:

    good job!! :thumbup:
     
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    Good shot, I really like the effect of the scratches and the bluryness caused by the window, also like the way you composed it.
     
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    A couple of well executed shots here, I really don't have a preference. Ernie
     

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