The landing

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  1. bygum

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    wait.... is it still in the air?? :shock:
     
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    yes I belive it is I have had a few looks at the full photo it does look off the leaf.
     
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    Wow, that's pretty cool if it is. Even if it isn't, I love the detail on the bee. I've never seen one that close before!
     
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    I tried the same shot this summer with a bumble bee. I focused just in front of the flower and stood there for 5 minutes waiting for one to land. Mine, however, was much less successful. Nice job
     
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    What was the shutterspeed? Because those wings would be moving fast, and there is no blur at all!
     
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    ExPosure 1/216 Sec
    F No7
    ISO 200
    Shutter speed 1/208
    Aperture value F6.96
     

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