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Canon
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Canon EOS 40D
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1/1024 second
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F/8.0
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70 mm
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Mar 20, 2010, 2:13:48 PM
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In the Land of Plenty by LoneWolfPhotography In the Land of Plenty by LoneWolfPhotography
Under the warm sunshine of a fine Spring day at Crystal Springs Rhododendron Gardens, a busy little bee goes about his daily ritual of searching for food in what must seem to him to be 'the land of plenty'. His only problem now...deciding where to start among so many choices. :phew:


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iytj Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2010
amazing shot!so vivid!!well done!!
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1001G Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2010
love the angle of this shot mark and a bee for the icing.:)
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LoneWolfPhotography Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
:D Thank you Edie. :hug: Only, I didn't take this at the angle it looks like I did. :no: The flowers were growing on a bank that sloped down to the trail. My camera was actually horizontal, but I agree with you, the angle looks great. I'll have to play with that more in the future. :nod:
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1001G Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2010
yes do and I used to tell all 3 of my secrets .,,,,,,,,,fun sharing isnt it
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LoneWolfPhotography Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Sharing is always fun! :w00t: But you only have 3 secrets? Not sure if I should ask what they are, but I don't think you ever shared them with me. :( :giggle:
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1001G Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2010
hi mark, actually I was teasing,,,,,,I dont have any secrets or shortcuts. Im still trying to figure out my camera. Im not taking the time to learn it and eventhough I dont point and shot I do just stay on "P" and never venture further than that. Guess Im a afraid that if I do see a good shot and play with what I dont know Ill miss it.
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LoneWolfPhotography Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Well, if it's not a moving target, that's the perfect time to take it the way you're comfortable with....and then play with features and see what you get. Even if you mess up, you still have the old reliable standby. :nod: :D
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1001G Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2010
very true but I am usually in a car speeding down the street and when I am out and about on my bike this summer I will try that
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LoneWolfPhotography Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Good! :D Many of the things I've learned, I learned by simple accident or from just playing with features then saying, "Hmmm...I LIKE that!"
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