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29 Aug 2008 10:09PM
Stunning shots,I like no2 best he looks like he's looking right into the lens Oh what a good boy lol ,I also love no4 they are all very good.

Jean x

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helenlinda Plus
9 344 22 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2008 10:12PM
Amazing shots. The fur looks so soft.
Helen
mohikan22 Plus
12 2.3k 2 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2008 10:17PM
superb.
number 2 for me also

matt
goso Plus
10 2 1 Australia
29 Aug 2008 10:18PM
Great detail - vers.1 for me Bun, but all good.......Bill
AMS1 Plus
10 1 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2008 10:30PM
Shots 1,2 and 3 stunning. Incredible detail. You must have rock steady hands...well done.
What wonderful close-ups, really inspiring work. Sarah
Rock Plus
14 10 2 England
29 Aug 2008 10:32PM
Fine work Bunbee.

Rock
29 Aug 2008 10:38PM
Such impressive close ups
RoddBC Plus
10 40 United States
29 Aug 2008 10:39PM
V1 is the one Bun! What a clear, sharp shot this (they) are.


Rodd
MrsS Plus
10 4.5k 18 England
29 Aug 2008 10:39PM
You really are the master when it comes to these macro shot, Bun - - absolutely pin-sharp!

FABULOUS!!!!

Fran x
29 Aug 2008 10:43PM
You have been a busy bee, Sorry couldn't resist the pun. What a great set of images 1.2. and 5. are my favorites the detail is superb.

Andy.
29 Aug 2008 10:55PM
All one handed wow great work
29 Aug 2008 10:55PM
Cracking shots once again, Bun, wonderful detail.
Derek
AnneWorner Plus
9 620 43 United States
29 Aug 2008 11:00PM
Cracking shots - amazing the difference in our passifloras - but the centers are pretty much the same.
Anne
29 Aug 2008 11:06PM
Superb shots all looking pin sharp
29 Aug 2008 11:38PM
Excellent Bun.
Geoff.
29 Aug 2008 11:45PM
your macro is amazing look forward to looking every day
Dawn
29 Aug 2008 11:47PM
Excellent macro images Bun,
Fred.
30 Aug 2008 12:08AM
Great captures. Angi
30 Aug 2008 12:14AM
Love them all except No6, which I am totally freaked by, they ru so fast yoiu have no idea where they are,
Mavis
cantona43 Plus
11 924 4 England
30 Aug 2008 1:02AM
woweee Bun these are outstanding ,the detail is about as good as it gets top notch again
Neil
30 Aug 2008 3:16AM
Excellent set of close up images Bun. super detail in all
Glen
PS thanks for the award, I'll have to make one up sometime
great shots
KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 171 England
30 Aug 2008 7:11AM
Your bee shots are amazing, you seem to catch them so well. I find them very difficult to capture! As for the Harvestman, they are a bit creepy, but I can cope with them - they aren't true spiders!
They are all fantastic shots.
Dave
sunshot Plus
12 24 United Kingdom
30 Aug 2008 8:53AM
well i'll BEEEEEEEEE blown, this bee is great bun the detail is awesome
it's a good job that your not scared of bugs LOL

marc
BarbaraR Plus
10 17 1 England
30 Aug 2008 10:09AM
Wow, these are all super Bun.
Such pretty flowers as well as the great detail
of the Bees.
(I shall be entering my Bee effort in the next few days)
Very well done.

~B~
30 Aug 2008 11:01AM
Very good set close ups.
Don
Maiwand Plus
10 3 72 England
30 Aug 2008 7:06PM
With such a wonderful variety of plants to feed on its no wonder the bee was happy to 'sit' for you Bun.
A great series.
Ron
fatmod Plus
10 22 England
30 Aug 2008 8:30PM
super set of images
piccy Plus
10 8 Wales
30 Aug 2008 10:35PM
All terrific although 1 and 3 my fav and definately not the last. Wink
Freda
Glostopcat Plus
10 255 2 England
31 Aug 2008 2:56PM
A terrific set of macro shots Bun, the detail is astounding. The colours and clarity are exceptional too, I bet you got a real buzz from reading all these positive comments from your peers.
31 Aug 2008 5:10PM
Lovely combed little bees you found in your garden. Very nice looking... Great close ups again,
Johanna



V6: Harvestmen are eight-legged but are not counted as spiders.
Harvestmen do not have silk glands and do not possess venom glands, posing absolutely no danger to humans.
Many species can detach their legs, which keep on moving to confuse predators, hence your six legged specimen.
Pegon Plus
11 78 1 England
31 Aug 2008 8:32PM
Superb shots Bun.
Pete.
Brilane Plus
10 5 12 Wales
31 Aug 2008 8:59PM
Beautiful definition.
Brian
1 Sep 2008 10:39PM
Well " Hello " lovely bee, great set of shots.

Nicky
3 Sep 2008 11:11AM
Great close-up.
Dot

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