January 10, 2011

Honey Bee


28 comments:

  1. Superb capture!!
    Loved the color of the flower
    :)

    BHupesh

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  2. @ visioplanet Photography
    Thanks

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  3. Thanks for your kind words Kim :)

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  4. Ohoi!! what a picture :-) like it a lot Anthony, you have a great photo eye.

    And yes, I do miss the summer, looking at this picture... but this very day it seemed far away.
    Snow from the sky again, and it almost as I cant remember a winterwith all this snow actyually. But one day the sun will take it away I hope.

    Send a lot of hugs to your lovely wife from me, and soon I send you something sweet from my country.

    Anne

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  5. A lovely photo. Nice to see now, when we have a lot of snow.

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  6. Excellent... reminds me of the warm days of summer on this very cold day here!

    Mine is here

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  7. @ Anne

    Thanks Anne.

    I've checked the recent photos on your blog and i can see snow everywhere.... I can imagine how cold it must be there.

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  8. @ Elisabeth
    Thanks Elisabeth

    @ Martha in PA
    Thanks,

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  9. That is definitely up close and personal! And how breathtakingly beautiful -- as always! Have a wonderful week, Sam!

    Sylvia

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  10. Fabulous details in this macro image.

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  11. Thanks a lot Sylvia

    @ Kala
    Thanks Kala

    @ Hemara
    Thanks

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  12. Lots of bees on Macro Monday this week! I also posted three pictures with bees.
    They all make me miss summer more, especially when I look outside and see all that snow out there.
    Awesome photo!

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  13. That is simply stunning Anthony!

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  14. That is very lovely!

    Happy Outdoor Wed!

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  15. Wow, awesome shot and great focus. Bees are so hard to capture. Thanks for sharing:)

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  16. Great capture!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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