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Jun 14, 2006 05:05 |  #1
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Lovely little Bees, I find them adorable and fascinating. Full image and crop. These were taken with the new Sigma 150 a few days after I'd gotten it, slight wind, so was hard to focus.

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Jun 14, 2006 08:45 |  #2

Not bad on the bees, but what is that flower- that looks amazing :)
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Jun 14, 2006 11:31 |  #3

looks like a fabled super noodles tree :).....
nice try on the bees............ the one on the left is almost sharp ;)


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Jun 14, 2006 17:03 |  #4
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Yeah, not 100% sharp on the Bees, my macro combo is quite heavy now and it's proving hard to keep myself steady and take sharp shots. This was taken without anything to lean or prop myself against, and it was windy to boot. This is a Banksia flower, they're lovely too look at, having wonderful form and texture.

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