On a beautiful like today, Labor day, a perfect day to practice with my Macro lens taking close up pictures of the insects in our garden. And since the Mint has plenty of blossom, there are bee’s flying off and on to grab the honey out of the flowers.
See here the results of around 100 shots with my Canon 100mm f/2.8 lens, taken with a Canon 5D.
You can look at larger versions of these pictures by clicking on the picture. I also posted these pictures in the Macro album on both Google+ and flickr. These pictures are posted under Creative Common license 3.0. If you would like to use one of these pictures, feel free, but credit the picture with the code below:
Picture by <a href=”http://dennisgoedegebuure.com/”>Dennis Goedegebuure</a>, <a href=”http://thenextcorner.net/bee-close-up-pictures/”>Bee in Macro</a> under <a href=”http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/”>Creative Commons</a>
love the shots!