Wowzie. That is amazing! Great capture.
What amazing photos!!
this is fascinating!wonderful shots
Micki, what great pictures! I had the same thing earlier this summer. I swarm of bees in the tree just outside my front door. Turns out that they were Africanized bees settling in for the night.It looked just like yours....crazy!Enjoy the rest of your week!Debbie's Travels
Man alive! That is scary and amazing!
OMG!! I can't imagine if they swarm at people. ^_^
Wow! That is really something! Fantastic photographs, Mickie!
Way cool, Mickie. Great photos!Kathy M.
oh my gosh, this is so incredible! I have never seen anything like this. I bet you could sell or give this photo to a magazine to share with the world.
Amazing sight and fabulous picture. I took one once of a hive we saw in Florida but the picture was just a yellow blob. It had caution tape all around the tree though so I (probably fortunately) couldn't get very close. The marina was afraid customers would get stung.
Good timing shots. It seems that I can hear thier boom. I am afraid of some kind of bee primarily. If someone hit the hive? Oh, scary.You are brave to watch them working.Sarah.
They certainly are busy!
Amazing - and also scary.
utterly crazy and surreal. what a buzzing and humming sound. it's got to be so exciting to be hovering over a hive this alive. incredible shots!
I have never seen a swarm of bees! So interesting!!
Oh my gosh...I've never seen anything like that! Very cool!!
p.s. Looks like you got pretty close to those bees...very brave, you! :-)
Wow - that's incredible! I've never seen a bee hive :)
A wonderful photo :-) You know I love bees.
Yikes!!!I sure hope you used a REAL long lens for this one!These are fantastic shots Mickie.
Looks scary but cool. Great pics!
That's an amazing bee hive, but right by the sidewalk? I hope no one gets stung..Fantastic captured indeed.
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