I found this dead bee in my basement. I've been wanting to do some macro work with bugs, and dead ones cooperate the most, so this was a lucky find He's sitting on top of my Citizen watch. I heard that sometimes insects get caught in the wind and swept high into the atmosphere. They freeze from the below zero temperatures, and can end up being blown half way around the world in the wind, and then eventually fall and thaw, and are still alive. Far out. I shot this with my 50mm f/1.8 and all three Kenko extension tubes. I was about 2-3 inches away from the subject. I tried a shot at f22 for more dof, but it lacked the sharpness of the shot at f/11, so I stuck with that one. Let me know what you think!