That's a real stinger of a picture. Good one :)
That's a really cool picture,
Beautiful shot, the backgrounds is interesting, as well as the details of the bee. Lovely last greetings of summer...xo
looks like he is on a chair, hope no one sits on him...
Thom: You are such a honey. KB: he was huge, like at leat an inch long. Zuzana: he did seem to bee winding down, sunning himself in the last rays.Brian Miller: He was napping on my lawn chair. My husband pointed him out before I sat on him (sat on the bee not my husband.)
The texture in this photo is fantastic, Nessa!
I don't like bees.
Lots of bees on the bush right outside my window....amazing to see this close up view. What a great photograph.
wonderful texture and colours!
That's a very cool photo. The bees I see in the garden are busy flitting around the flowers. They never sit still.
He's cool. That's a neat shot.
Great bumble bee photo!
I'm wordless today.
This picture makes me dizzy, lol !
Big bee. Cool close up.
I love whatever process you applied to this shot, it's really cool
You really zoomed into this bee. Very well!Maggie XNuts in May
That's the bee's knees
Great macro shot!
Mumsy: I like the mesh of the chair as the background. Together We Save: I don’t either but this one looked very tired. Jeanie: This one was very big. It didn’t look like the bees we usually get around here. Alice Audrey: Did you just wake up? Shelle: Thanks. Shelley Munro: I think this one was drugged. SandyCarlson: Thank-you. secret agent woman: Buzz (that’s thanks in bumble bee language.) Tom & Icy: I see that. Gattina: The background does vibrate a bit. Mama Zen: Thank-you. Sue: It was quite large. Dianne: It did use some 3D inhancement on it. Maggie May: It wanted to bee famous. VE: and elbows and chins and belly buttons. Eden: Thanks. Indrani: Thank-you.