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Peek-A-Bee
Photo By Paul Nott

  • Title: Peek-A-Bee
  • State/Province/Region: Alaska
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Town: Willow
  • Best Season: Summer
  • Description: Just learning the ropes of my new camera and of macro Photography.. Caught this little guy collecting pollen down the trail from my home.. Set camera to manual focus and spun the thumb dial to just above 1 cm I believe.. The lens was brushing the blossom when I wasn't carful. I tried to put myself in the position that would allow the sunlight to cause the blossom to glow while putting the bee in an interesting position... I wanted to get into photography for many years , and I'm so glad I finally did. I can see that wildlife and macro photography are going to become great passions !!
  • Gear: Canon power shot SX 50 HS
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Keywords:  Nature
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