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Some kind of Bee, some pictures!

Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by Crave, Sep 27, 2008.

  1. Crave

    Crave Guest

    Well, im not sure if this is a bee, or a fly!
    Maybe someone can identify!
    The good thing in it, was his pacience!!
    It let me took some pictures!

    DSC_0151-2.
    NIKON D200    ---    90mm    f/22.0    1/160s    ISO 320


    DSC_0155-2.
    NIKON D200    ---    90mm    f/22.0    1/160s    ISO 250


    DSC_0150-2.
    NIKON D200    ---    90mm    f/22.0    1/160s    ISO 320


    DSC_0128-1.
    NIKON D200    ---    90mm    f/22.0    1/160s    ISO 250


    DSC_0130-6.
    NIKON D200    ---    90mm    f/22.0    1/160s    ISO 250


    DSC_0127-6.
    NIKON D200    ---    90mm    f/22.0    1/160s    ISO 250


    DSC_0119-7.
    NIKON D200    ---    90mm    f/22.0    1/160s    ISO 320


    DSC_0122-6.
    NIKON D200    ---    90mm    f/22.0    1/160s    ISO 400


    I took a lot of pictures, and the hard thing is to chose...i like almost all!..
    I ill post a second part, including some wit extensions tubes!

    Wich are your favourite?
    And why?
    Hope tou like them!!!
     
  2. Is this with the Sigma? 10-20?

    Really close and sharp! Geat color and contract between the flower and the bee.

    I like 1,3 & 5 the best.
     
  3. Nice series, Crave!
     
  4. lol... true.. sorry my bad.. wide angle...

    Don't know what I was thinking :smile:


     
  5. hummel

    hummel

    7
    Sep 28, 2008
    Ottawa, Canada
    I'm new here. How do I check the EXIF for thread images? Right-clicking doesn't show that option. Do you need to download each image from the source to your computer?
     
  6. Nice shots and very close up!

    BTW - that's a hover fly of the genus Eristalis (a male, because of the contiguous eyes), but I have no idea which species.

    Cheers
     
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