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B. Porn.

By Gecko  
It's amazing what one finds in the garden once the weather warms up! This is hand held.

I haven't been around for some time, due to work and a few of lifes little hiccups.

Thank you all for previous kind comments and votes. All comments and criticisms gratefully accepted. Pam

Tags: Spring Daisy Close-up and macro Bees Wildlife and nature

Voters: John Giddings, AlanBW, CarolG and 31 more

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Comments


22 Nov 2007 8:12AM
No! its to early for this one, lol.
John.

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AlanBW 14 20 England
22 Nov 2007 8:13AM
Welcome back, this is a wonderful image on your return
CarolG 13 199 20 Greece
22 Nov 2007 8:20AM
Wonderful, Pam, great 'detail' !! Carol
Vilcens 12 39 3 Latvia
22 Nov 2007 8:22AM
Naughty ! Should have an adult warning Smile

Vilcens
piccy 13 8 Wales
22 Nov 2007 8:37AM
I bet you had to be quick Wink
Freda
22 Nov 2007 9:15AM
This has Two Bee one of the naughtiest shots on here. Insect porn .. now theres an untapped market.

Is this how honey is made ??
nickyv32 12 135 England
22 Nov 2007 9:36AM
Back to action shots, huh ?
Great capture, not sure what heading this would come under.
Nicky
franken Plus
17 5.0k 4 United Kingdom
22 Nov 2007 11:46AM
Excellent close-up!

Ken
Joline Plus
13 30 56 United States
22 Nov 2007 12:10PM
LOL LOL LOL....what an hilarious capture....you must have been very quick to get this one.!
taggart Plus
15 47 14 United States
22 Nov 2007 1:10PM
Well seen, very sharp and clear-- Nice to see an image from you-- I hope things have settled down some--

Super cool image!

Jennnnn
Bob_V 12 1 2 United States
22 Nov 2007 5:16PM
Very well spotted and captured. Bob
CaroleA 13 5 3 England
22 Nov 2007 10:10PM
Good work - nice to see you back, stalking insects! Whatever will you spot next?
22 Nov 2007 10:11PM
well spotted.
Brilane 13 5 12 Wales
23 Nov 2007 2:36AM
A nice detailed shot, Pam, wecome back.

Don't those two know that they are both female, and it's the drones who don't leave the nest who are supposed to get up to those antics, and then only with the Queen, lol.
Perhaps it's a similar situation that the fat bumblebee is in, aerodynamically it is unable to fly, but the bumblebee doesn't know the Laws of Aerodynamics, so it does ! :o)
Brian
Gecko 13 25 Australia
23 Nov 2007 7:43AM
Thank you everyone for your kind comments. These two were "together" for quite some time! Thanks for the info Brian, I did try and find out on the net what the score was. The "Laws" are all changing these days! Smile
BEVZED 13 1.1k United Kingdom
23 Nov 2007 10:14AM
Welcome back! What a shot - brilliant capture

Beverley
Bodiewil 12 46 Wales
23 Nov 2007 6:30PM
Love this ..haven't stopped laughing, an absolute beauty of a capture.

Dave
danbrann 15 640 17
23 Nov 2007 7:27PM
How would you like it if someone photographed you in a similar position.
An oustanding capture but should be in the adult section.
Rogerex 13 32 12 Australia
23 Nov 2007 10:18PM
Good to see you back here Pam. Great fun shot, nice colours and clarity.
Roger
chrissd 14 304 United Kingdom
24 Nov 2007 5:08AM
lovely macro work Pam, welcome back
chris
24 Nov 2007 9:07AM
Nice capture Pam, excellent natural history shot,
Fred.
DolphinLady 14 54 1 Wales
24 Nov 2007 10:38AM
Welcome back Pam.
This is great, I have never seen lesbian bees before, so this has got to go into the hall of fame.
A fantastic capture, with just the right amount of detail.
Love it...
Hilary Smile
Pegon 14 78 1 England
24 Nov 2007 2:53PM
Nicely captured and well spotted Pam. Never new you was into voyeurism Smile
Pete.
Nettles 12 England
25 Nov 2007 8:45AM
Wow, not seen this happening before, well spotted.
Excellent detail and colours. Nice one.
Annette
pamelajean Plus
14 1.3k 2116 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2007 12:47AM
I don't BEElieve it, this can't BEE right, unless it's nature gone crazy again. Well captured.
dianah 13 24.5k 4 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2007 2:09PM
Superb detail here..this is a unique shot.
Di
SandraKay Plus
12 233 4 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2007 7:23PM
He'll have to be careful not to get stung! A super capture.
Sandra
Mavis 18 143 2 England
29 Nov 2007 8:38AM
I haven't EVER seen this with Bees in my gardenSmile A fine capture Pam xxx
Assyrian 12 132 Scotland
2 Dec 2007 10:53AM
Very paparrazi!

Great shot.

Chris

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