A Blog by Mickie Brown
Amazing picture.I also love the headre picture.
Wonderful -- I tried today to get some bee closeups -- haven't downloaded them yet, but already know they won't be this good!I agree with Ruth above about your header -- I kind of gaze at it and forget why I actually came!
I had a quick go at something like this on friday. It didn't work as well as this because it was off as soon as it arrived. You have to be quick, well done.
That is pretty macro Mickie. And yes this is the time where bees are so happy ^_^MYM
Bzzzzzzzzzz...terrific Mickie, great wing detail on the first one.
Lovely photo :-) The bee goes very well with my post today.
I envy people (such as you!) whose cameras are good enough to get right in close to the action!DON’T LET THAT YELLOW GO TO YOUR HEADDon’t let that yellow go to your head!Simply be glad it’s not puce or red!Give thanks for the color dear to your heart: Honey and lemon and cream— a good start!© 2011 by Magical Mystical TeacherYellow-Skirted Sweeper
Bee-careful, nice shots mickie!Bonfire is my entry, hope you can come and see. Have a nice week.
Bee-autiful, cheery images! Lovely detail and color.
Hi Mickie,Wow! Your pictures are the best. I've been scrolling down to see what I've missed ... I really love your butterflies too.You are inspiring me to get down to business on macros/close-ups, you know.I hope that your week is going great!Kathy M.
Excellent capture of the bee, Mickie! They are so quick, they are hard to catch!
Great closeup!I love that you showed us the pulled back shot as well. I like them both.
Lovely images, Mickie! The yellow flowers look open and smiling, giving the bee sweet nectar as well as their scent. They are so bright and generous. Enjoy the rest of the week.Yoko
sweet poem and lovely images.... ah summer.
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