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14 Jun 2009 10:14PM
Very well timed shot.
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WildLight Plus
8 145 3 United Kingdom
14 Jun 2009 10:15PM
Great timing and superb sharpness.

Well done,

Joe
KarenFB Plus
9 4.6k 167 England
15 Jun 2009 6:08AM
A gorgeous image, the composition is perfect. You've even managed to capture the tiny hairs on the 'landing pads' of the foxgloves. Brilliant!
15 Jun 2009 10:51PM
Perfect timing. Hard to get it right. I know myself Smile
Alexey
16 Jun 2009 1:11AM
Hello James. This is a very nice image of a bee in flight, I know they're difficult to capture on flowers they're always so busy, never mind in flight, I haven't shot a decent one flying yet! So very well done. The only niggle if I may say in your image is the slightly blown highlights behind the bee's head or is that something else? Or maybe it's just my screen. Rgds jeanette
well done takes good timing to get this type of shot
ABSOLUTLEY FANTASTIC!!!
You have captured so much detail not only with the bee but with the foxglove also, you deserve a prize for this one, not only just for the detail but also for the timing!!
Keep up the good work
16 Jun 2009 10:13AM
brill capture
16 Jun 2009 2:32PM
Great shot.. The timing couldn't have been more perfect!
DiBosco Plus
7 36 1 United Kingdom
16 Jun 2009 4:44PM
That *is* a very hard image to capture, his legs and proboscis are nicely captured and the blur on his wings is nice. They do like foxgloves don't they?!
great shot and a super title

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