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Apr 08, 2016 11:56 |  #1

Technique: I just sat on the ground in front of my solitary bee house and took this shot as this Mason bee came back with more mud to cap off the reed that she filled with egg chambers. I waited until she was in a position where I could get at least part of an eye in focus, and in the mean time I took test shots and adjusted the FEC. Over a span of about 30 minutes I shot 62 frames and kept only 2.

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Apr 09, 2016 01:23 |  #2

Lovely captures John. Great to watch them doing this.
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Apr 09, 2016 05:43 |  #3

LordV wrote in post #17965543 (external link)
Lovely captures John. Great to watch them doing this.
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Thanks Brian 8-)

I could just sit there and watch them all day.


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Apr 09, 2016 10:26 |  #4

Lovely captures John, great behaviour.


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Apr 09, 2016 12:12 |  #5

Lester Wareham wrote in post #17965823 (external link)
Lovely captures John, great behaviour.

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Apr 10, 2016 15:06 |  #6

Fascinating shots and lovely to see them.

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Fascinating shots and lovely to see them.

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