Profusion of nectar

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    This is the wonderful sight that greeted me when I opened up some hives yesterday - masses of nectar coming in as many new flowers become available - around here cherry, pear, apricot, peach and above all dandelions. I love the fish-eye lens effect on the meniscus - you can see the converging tree canopy above

    submitted to delete me! on 12/08/05 Score 6S/10D

    Dave Ward Photography, katia., and 54 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. sous les pavés, la plage 106 months ago | reply

      have them doing a little dance. Preferably dressed in tight dresses with pailettes and high heels.

      Voted deleteme7 (from Delete Me! group)

    2. Dshalock® Libertarian Emperor of America 106 months ago | reply

      I agree with the comments above it needs more "pop" in the colors. I am on the edge with this one but...

      -voted as "deleteme8" (from the Delete me! group)

    3. cyberinsekt 106 months ago | reply

      This is how you make an abstract shot interesting.

      Voted saveme4 (from Delete Me! group)

    4. k2ski 106 months ago | reply

      your subjects aren't in focus. this will not make it because there isn't a pop.

      voted as "deleteme" (from Delete me! group)

    5. aqui-ali 106 months ago | reply

      some bee crapped in johnny's crib.

      -voted as "deleteme10" (from Delete me! group)

    6. Gespür für Licht 106 months ago | reply

      very clean & nice shot. I know it is difficult to take bees. It is not original now but for me saveme by a small margin

    7. joelkelly 106 months ago | reply

      cool.

      didja get stung?

      -voted as "saveme6" (from the Delete me! group)

    8. Max xx 106 months ago | reply

      yes - by the delete me! group this time möbius, not by the bees ;-[

    9. cecily7 106 months ago | reply

      @Slick - I like the idea of dressing the bees up. Maybe tutus next time?

    10. Cristina.Garcia 89 months ago | reply

      bello! there's so much beauty in such small things!

    11. Max xx 89 months ago | reply

      yes - small is very often the most beautiful - I love close-up

    12. DreamzInColor 87 months ago | reply

      Wonderful reflection of the tree in the nectar.
      Delightful image.
      Please share this engaging image in ~Nature's Instinct~ (QualityImagesPool)

    13. St Stev 85 months ago | reply

      Nice shot!

      Want to add it to

      flickr.com/groups/hexagon/ ?

    14. sflewis 80 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a new group called Animal Architecture, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    15. Max xx 80 months ago | reply

      Hi - I added it and joined - great group!

    16. suedeane 80 months ago | reply

      Amazing Bugz !! Definitely a Buzz and Bugz winner!
      and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

      , Definitely a Buzz and Bugz Winner

      Please Tag Your Photo with BuzzNBugz

      The Buzz and Bugz Group,

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      Seen in Animal Architecture (?)

    17. Romy1987 39 months ago | reply

      Hi Max,

      My name is Romy and I work for Philips Design. We are publishing a research/trend book and we would love to use this picture in our book.

      Do you own the copyright to this image and would it be possible for us to use this image in our book?
      Please contact me if you are interested.

      Thank you

      Romy

    18. littlecynicism 7 months ago | reply

      Looove this shot. Great work.

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