Bee Fly - Inflight

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JerryMK
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Bee Fly - Inflight

Post by JerryMK »

With a little patience... it can be done.

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G1, lumix vario 14-140, lots of Canon FD's, C mount, and other manual focus prime lenses. My favorites: Tokina ATX 90mm f2.5 and Kiron 105mm F2.8

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tpe
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Post by tpe »

that is great, it looks like a male bee fly guarding its teratory, something I have always wanted to get a shot of and has cost me many an hour trying.

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JerryMK
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Post by JerryMK »

Thanks I also have this one... it is cropped (100%)

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G1, lumix vario 14-140, lots of Canon FD's, C mount, and other manual focus prime lenses. My favorites: Tokina ATX 90mm f2.5 and Kiron 105mm F2.8

http://flickriver.com/photos/elchivato/ ... teresting/

lauriek
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Post by lauriek »

Nicely done! I saw the first bee-fly of the year over the weekend in my garden. I've never managed to capture one in flight though...

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