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14 Jun 2009 10:14PM
Very well timed shot.

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WildLight 10 145 3 United Kingdom
14 Jun 2009 10:15PM
Great timing and superb sharpness.

Well done,

KarenFB Plus
12 5.0k 171 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
jeanmarie 9 12 England
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
16 Jun 2009 8:44AM
well done takes good timing to get this type of shot
16 Jun 2009 9:03AM
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
pieaddict 11 73 United Kingdom
16 Jun 2009 10:13AM
brill capture
thebopper 9 8 United Kingdom
16 Jun 2009 2:32PM
Great shot.. The timing couldn't have been more perfect!
DiBosco 9 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?!
16 Jun 2009 7:45PM
great shot and a super title

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