|Copyright: Ileana Nemeth (bojtorjan)
|Date Taken: 2006-08-20|
|Camera: Olympus SP500UZ|
|Exposure: f/4, 1/800 seconds|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2007-11-15 20:41|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|I found this bee caught between of a mimosa tree flower. He had to fight hard for his way out. First I thought maybe a spider will catch him but he got lucky. :o)|
For at least 4,000 years honeybees have been kept for their honey and for beeswax, a substance used to make candles, ointments, and many other products. Honeybees and bumblebees are the best-known types of bees, but there are more than 20,000 bee species in all. They live all over the world except in Antarctica.
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- [2007-11-15 21:22]
Hi Ileana, Lovely shot excellent detail I love the soft focus effect around the edges it really draws you into the centre of the picture, stunning colours, very nice work, Cheers Rick :)
Fantastic composition. The DOF and color are perfect - the blur on the edges is great. The honey bee is hard at work and that is reflected in his position deep within the bloom. Well done.
What a beautiful display of colour Ileana. The DOF worked so well for this, and the bee is, well....just a bonus!
Job well done,
I really like how you set this shot up,
Beautiful flower image without the bee,
- [2007-11-16 6:04]
fantastic pic,very original shot,perfect under all corners of view and not easy to made so clear,thanks for share,Luciano