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Annoyed that I have just clipped the front of its head but as this is by far the sharpest image from an hour of chasing bees round the garden I decided it was going to be posted
I think it is a White-Tailed Bumble Bee but if anybody knows better I shall be pleased to be corrected.
Thanks for your C&C's on the daisies and thanks for looking
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Spectacular, a cracker of a macro image, Jason.
Brilliantly sharp, Jason...never mind its head in the trough instead of in sight.
Cracking macro shot Jason,nice detail.
Fantastic close up detail of the texture of this lovely bee Jason! John
Tack sharp, the white tail part is interestinf, new to me!
Not as easy as some photographers make it look!
Boy do they move fast.
Well done even capturing one good sharp image.
Great result, surprisingly difficult to achieve.
Cracking detail here Jason, great job.
I know exactly how you feel, chased them myself...once, that was enough
Thanks for the mod Willie - like it
Brilliant macro Jason..Lin
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