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Now the wild vetch is appearing in the meadows, so are the longhorn bees.
What amazing looking insects are these Carol !! I have never even heard of their existence let alone seen one !! Excellent photo - show us more pleeeez ?
Stunning capture Carol!
Has spring arrived at last Carol great shot and detail.
Excellent, lovely detail and more unusual insects.
Super detail, its unusual for only one image Carol
Quote: Super detail, its unusual for only one image Carol
They don't hang around long enough to take more than one image Carol
There's a lovely 'fresh' feeling to this image and those bees are absolutely gorgeous!
They are so beautifully marked. Lovely.
fantastic detail carol brilliant colours and comp a cracker nice one
they really are tucking in ....
Another fine presentation
Never seen the like but then you are always introducing us to something new. Impressive macro photography again.
Great light Carol, lovely detail and brilliant colours
wow nature sure is tops Carol i never even new there was such a bee ! stunning shots
Lovely bright green tones, and well composed in portrait format, Carol. Very summery nevermind spring
Busy, busy, busy...
Never knew of these - great capture .
Those are a bit different, i feel a google coming on.
Super macro Carol,
It's a nice time of year with the spring flowers starting to show, and this is a superb shot with very fine detail of some with their visitors, Carol.
Aren't they just great looking little fellows... Marvellous capture again Carol... love it.
That is brilliant Carol! the details captured
are as crisp and clear as they should be
Fantastic and beautiful image,Carol,very well done,
Never seen these, fantastic shot Carol, so much detail. You were to quick for me today.
They look like the giants of the bee family. A superb image Carol.
Composition and colours are excellent Carol, great macro photography.
Very unusual Bee's captured here Carol. Nature at work
Una captura excelente..
deserves a UA but already issued today very fine capture here Carol love it
a fine image Carol
Superb shot, Carol.
Fantastic close up, well done
With the snow falling here fast today, the thought of longhorn bees and meadows sounds a dream.
Beautiful image Carol.
OH! WOW! Fantastic
Excellent, Carol. Superbly sharp. A beautiful 'two for the price of one'
Amazing looking Bees and what a lovely image they make along with those pretty Vetch flowers. No Bee in its right mind would be around here at the moment with the snow coming down sideways!!
Excellent clarity with this capture Carol -
Another super detail capture Carol, great detail super colours, love your composition, very well done. Jeff
Excellent as always.......Sandy
I'm always happy to see bees Carol - the declining population of bees in the world is troubling.
I've never seen longhorn bees and feel quite rightly that we should have them in Texas - this is after all the state of longhorn cattle.............
A bee-autiful shot, Carol, two for the price of one here!
The dual longhorn bees well captured, Carol, though heads hidden. - Raja.
You have BEEn busy! Brilliant shot - well captured!
Wow!! thet're different. Love the flower they are investigating too. Great shot carol.
Aw, very pretty bees.
Wonderful shot. Great detail.
Outstanding capture, Carol.
Fabulous image and capture Carol, timed to perfection
Fab detail, brilliant colours. Great shot. Sue x
Excellent closeup Carol.
Wonderful image Carol, superb detail and colour
You only need one shot when it is as good as this, absolutely fantastic Carol!
Excellent close up Carol..Lin
Brilliant don't have these either well taken Carol, like it, regards leon.
You've been a busy bee Carol, a fine shot of these big buzzers
Stunning shot Carol of the Solitary Bee "Eucera longicornis" I have never seen one in my part of Herefordshire. If you want to find out more about the Bee's you take a lot of photo's of, get yourself the book "Bees of Surrey by David W. Baldock " it is very informative.
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