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Just got out of the tub

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    Found this bee on a dewy morning and he looked all wet like he just got out of the tub.

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    Def looking a little bedraggled for sure. Nice catch Iggy.
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    Nice one. I can see a deep macro lover behind the camera ;-)
    DOF always difficult with macro.

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    Dewy or Drunk ?? nice shot

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    I really wasn't sure if I wanted to click on this one or not! Certainly glad I did.....nice catch Ig

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    Thanks all. Yes, ewaizel, I do enjoy macro photography. There is such an interesting world in there.
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    Nothing wrong with this image but my very personal take on this is that I find macros like this 'prettier' with less magnification on the insect. That bee looks scarier here than it actually is.
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    Wow. Any closer and you will projecting out its backside . Nice one again Iggy, you have certainly nailed that reverse lens technique.
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