Monday, October 24, 2011

297/68

I am certain this photo could have been sharper, but heck, it is a busy bee hive.
It was kinda a one shot deal! Well, for me anyway.


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14 comments:

One said...

Wow! You got very close to a beehive. Bravo! So many bees in one shot!

Linda Makiej said...

Fantastic macro!! MaRvELOuS!!!!!

em said...

Wow.. I don't know if I would have taken that chance. You got a great shot of those busy bees!

Melinda said...

Wow- you've got tomorrow's shot already! That is pretty darn scary (the bees, not your planning ahead. . .)!

Stewart M said...

Hi there - the bees are only fuzzy because they are dancing!

We have a hive in a street light at the end of the road - I can check for activity on the way to work each day. I'm often surprised at how active the bees are, even on cold mornings.

Stewart M - Australia

snapshots2011 said...

Ewwww! Lol It's amazing what we'd do for one shot, isn't it?

LauraX said...

courageous photo...I would have been too nervous to get that close, wow!

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

I would never have been brave enough to even do the 'one shot'. So...you get a bravery medal for your efforts. I don't think it's all that bad...in fact, quite perfect.


My macro link: HALLOWEEN CANDLE HOLDER

Karen said...

An amazing shot, and you are very brave!

natalie pozniak | blog said...

Great shot! I was at the store the other day and a Bee almost flew into my mouth! So I give you props for capturing this bee hive! Happy Monday!

EG Wow said...

I certainly would not have hung around to take a second shot. :)

Ida said...

Wow this is a great shot. You can just feel the activity in that hive.

Catherine said...

You're braver than I am!

amatterofhowyouseeit.com said...

You were brave getting so close!