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Wildflowers & Bees

Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by Takeda, Oct 4, 2008.

  1. Takeda

    Takeda

    Jun 9, 2006
    Durham, NC
    Wildflower and bee photos, taken October 4, 2008:


    386506912_sMvzv-XL.


    386505346_Ux84q-XL.


    386505301_FGEin-XL.


    386507175_Enhc5-XL.


    386508542_hUykG-XL.


    386508327_eiiQx-XL.


    386509588_Fh56J-XL.


    386510477_sz3EQ-XL.


    386512416_oWXSk-XL.


    386511017_6dxax-XL.


    386512101_qKNap-XL.


    386513391_Y9UoF-XL.


    386513986_7tudA-XL.


    386514623_5MUuJ-XL.


    386514071_vEsge-XL.


    386515019_iioUv-XL.


    386515857_5TbDx-XL.


    386515281_EYP9N-XL.


    386516777_z6jjT-XL.


    386517101_EomXf-XL.
     
  2. Feels like spring out there...Great shots:wink:
     
  3. I really like the second bee picture.
     
  4. Very nice series. I am a sucker for those bokehs!

    Just a caution... a few of those red channels maybe blown out. Nikon has this nagging problem, so be careful.

    Thanks for sharing.
     
  5. lr0868

    lr0868

    May 25, 2008
    henderson, nv
    very nice!

    which lens and were these handheld or tripod?
     
  6. Takeda

    Takeda

    Jun 9, 2006
    Durham, NC
    First, thanks to all of you for your posts, and suggestions!

    I used my 105mm VR lens, and all the photos were taken handheld.
     
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