Bee and Golden Rod

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© Andrea Petersen
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Photo Info
UploadedSeptember 10, 2019
TakenSeptember 10, 2019
MakeNikon
ModelCOOLPIX P900
Exposure1/60 sec at f/5
FlashCompulsory Flash
Focal Length13.4 mm
ISO100
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"They shall not labor in vain, for they are the seed of the blessed.... Isaiah 65: 23"

Flower's beholden buzzer
Is the bee to Golden Rod
Who connect with another
Like earth does to God....
© Poetry by me AJP

Best View in Light Box! Thank you!!!

6 responses

  • Ioana Caravan

    Ioana Caravan   gave props (10 Sep 2019):

    Beautiful!

  • Heather Mellon

    Heather Mellon   gave props (10 Sep 2019):

    It certainly is beautiful.. and an excellent macro capture! Love the colors of the golden rod!!

  • Tiia Vissak

    Tiia Vissak gave props (10 Sep 2019):

    great colors & details!

  • Susie Saint-Hilaire

    Susie Saint-Hilaire gave props (11 Sep 2019):

    Great Macro photo of a Bumble Bee! Fun Fact: A Bumble Bee (if not being threatened) could allow you to pet it, if it sees that you're not a danger to it.

  • Andrea Petersen

    Andrea Petersen said (11 Sep 2019):

    Thank you all for your comments...That is an interesting fun fact Susie..and so far since I have photographed bees on flowers they have not stung me yet even with a close up....I am a bit more leery with the hornets and wear protective gloves when I take the bird containers in at night and fill them in the morning to bring back out...The hornets are hanging around because of the jelly that I am putting out for the oriole who is passing through here...and they also like nectar that I put out for the hummingbird who is still here yet...

  • Jyri Vissak

    Jyri Vissak gave props (11 Sep 2019):

    I agree with my daughter. Well done.

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