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Discussion in 'Nature' started by Herman, May 4, 2010.
Honey Bee at Work
Taken with GF1 & 20mm
I took these this past weekend with a G1 and 45/2.8 Macro Elmarit.
One of my older ones
E-PL1 w/14-42mm @ 42mm ISO 400 f/5.6 @ 1/100 (a tiny crop)
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E-PL1 w/14-42mm @ 42mm ISO 640 f/8.0 @ 1/80
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Yip, that's the one ! Thanks for posting.
Here are 2 Australian Natives- the bottle brush flower and the bee!
Seminole Pride..... a hybrid hibiscus... named for the shade of red which matches that
of the Florida State Seminoles. Shot with the G1 and Pany 20/1.7
On a recent bushwalk...
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From my first day with my G1.
That pale first image--a peony, a tulip?--is especially terrific.
Joe, I didn't realize today was your first G1 day! The Clematis are so lovely, they are one of my absolute favorites.
Are you talking about RonS's first photo - it is a real beauty. It does seem a bit like a peony, I even considered a Magnolia blossom, but I think it could be a tulip coming towards the end of its days...
Great job with your new G1, Joe!
Thanks much. I wish I knew ... I'm not much of a botanist. Don't think it was tulip though.
Ron, how can you do that to us???? I'm going to get my botanist pal to take a look at this and get back to you, unless someone else beats me to it.
I'm a lawyer. I don't actually know anything. I have to get a flower book.
Let us know what your friend says it is.
Very funny, Robert. I'm on this case as we speak.