Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
This is truly amazing, and he is looking right at YOU! And right at US! How close were you anyway? The chipmunk is super cute, I wish we had some around here. We had them when I was growing up, we had a wooded area out back. If we were really still for a long time, they would grab a peanut from our hand then run.
Fantastic macro! Always amazes me to see a little creature up close like this
This is a lovely macro photo !Nature is fascinating to photograph!Have a nice weekend :)
That is one beautiful macro!
Wow that is a great close up! How did you get so close and not scare the bee off?
They really seem to like Echinacea - and Cosmos. Fab pic, EG!
he has such big eyes.
he/she bee would make a great sci-fi movie..
Beautiful capture! I often wonder what they must be thinking when we look at them.
Gorgeous colors on this macro shot.. Happy weekend!
Such a great photo! Lovely colors.MersadMersad Donko Photography
You've been busy as a bee capturing this busy bee with the big eyes boring into my bony skull! Cute as a bug, though. Is a bee a bug?
I love this image. Photography makes my heart sing, I'm unfortunately out of practice and was also greatly discouraged by the quality of my last series of photographs. Warm regards
Nice eyes. 8-)
Gorgeous!artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)ps. ~ Creative weekend though late in responding to bloggers ~ I apologize.
He is saying 'you better not mess with me!'
Fantastic shot! Love it.
Very cool shot!
I enjoy your creations! Aloha
Good eye, EG. As usual. I planted echinacea last summer in an out-of-the-way part of my yard and it seems to like it there.
Busy be a bee.
Beautiful image....lovely colours!Happy Sunday,Ruby
Gotta love this close crop -- very dramatic.
Lovely shot! Bees and cone flowers are a wonderful combo.
really nice shot, I always find when they look into the lens you get the most impact.
Fantastic macro, and I really love the composition.
Great week for Echinacea :-)
Nice little bee, nice little shot!
Amazing macro! Some lovely texture there?
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