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    Bee inThe Bonnet

    Been out in the garden a few weeks ago, in sunshine not rain, and captured the following macros C & C welcome:

    Sigma 105 macro lens with fill in flash.


    Bee inThe Bonnet


    Bee inThe Bonnet


    Bee inThe Bonnet


    Thanks

    David



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    Re: Bee inThe Bonnet

    Nice captures and the bee details are great.

    Where's the bonnet ??

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    Re: Bee inThe Bonnet

    Thanks Bobo. Whilst taking these images my good wife called out as I run around the garden with the camera. "What a bee in the bonnet !!". Hence the post title.

    Also working on some monochrome images ....

    A bee in the bonnet is a Scottish expression meaning "Preoccupied or obsessed with an idea." Yes my good wife comes from Dundee.

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    Re: Bee inThe Bonnet

    Wow!!

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    Re: Bee inThe Bonnet

    Now this are the type of shots that inspires me to go outside and see what inspiration I can capture from everyday occurrences. With Spring enchanting everything she touches the natural flora and fauna here in Australia are as busy as "bees".

    Thanks David.

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    Re: Bee inThe Bonnet

    Quote Originally Posted by victor View Post

    A bee in the bonnet is a Scottish expression meaning "Preoccupied or obsessed with an idea."
    Hmmmm, thought it was an English expression. Now I know...

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