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A bee approaches a cedar waxwing hunting other kinds of bugs from a bridge railing in the Alton Baker area of Eugene, Oregon. Summer 2008.
birds, cedar waxwing, funny pose, nature, oregon, summer, waxwings, wildlife
Beautiful work. Amazing that you got that bee in it!!
Thank you Elizarose. The bee surprised me, too. I didn’t see it when I took the shot.
– Ken Haley
A superb capture of this wonderful Waxwing.j
Incredible Ken. Such a narrow DOF, it’s amazing that the bee is in crisp focus as well as the waxwing. Great title too:)
It is unusual to have both objects in focus, considering the long lens I used. I think the bee and the bird were nearly the same distance from the lens. I was aware of a bee in the vicinity when I took the shot, but I wasn’t trying to include it when I snapped.
Wow great shot, amazing DOF
He looks like he is going to get stung! What a find! Dee
Gorgeous shot and bird!
What a beautiful capture Ken!!
wonderful shot of the bee and the bird
OH WOW!!!!!! What a GREAT capture!!!!!!!!! LOVE it!!!
That is an incredible bird shot, such beautiful color and detail but that bee truly is the icing on a delightful cake! It gives incredible balance to the whole image!