A thirsty honey bee image Info 22 Comments About these ads Share this if you like: Pin ItMoreEmailShare on TumblrDiggPrintLike this:Like Loading... 22 thoughts on “A thirsty honey bee” I love it, Cornel … I wish I could take a thirsty bee some day… I love the way you handled the depth of field … Reply Thank you Paula! All you have to do is to find some beautiful flowers and wait for honey bees. It worth! Have a lovely week-end! Reply Thank you Cornel The same to you! Reply What a wonderful macro shot! Reply Thanks! Reply Wow excellent capture. Reply Thank you! Reply Superb shot and a wonderful composition. Reply Thank you very much! Reply Great POV and DOF Cornel… LOVE IT Reply Thanks. Glad you like it. It is one of my best! Reply Awesome shot!!!! I do alot of bee photograpny in the spring and summer but my 105mm macro is a bit out of whack for a shot like yours. I need to work more with my extention tubes..:-) Reply Thank you! Wish I had an 105mm lens. Reply Awesome! I am unable to guess what’s the mesh below the bee! What is it? Reply That mesh is used in constructions, it is something for walls. It is used to arm the wall, to support plaster. I put it because I wanted to help them when they were drinking. Reply Seamana nitel a fagure ,de fapt acu vad mai bine,ca data trecuta chiar credeam ca e fagure Reply Da, puţin seamănă. Aş menţiona două deosebiri: fagurele e galben şi e hexagonal. Reply Amazing photograph! The detail is incredible. wow! Reply Thanks!! I love honey bees! This is one of my best photos of honey bees! Reply Wow. I never saw a bee doing work this close… Reply I just arrived from my garden. I took some photos. I have seen a lot of honey bees. Reply The photo is amazing. I really appreciated that took the time to share this. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of follow-up comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.