Tipp: Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab’s Bee Macros


Ever since I’ve bought the Marumi achromatic lens, macro is all I can think about. Today I was at it again, but couldn’t find the time to process and upload any of them, maybe tomorrow. In search of inspiration, thanks to the PetaPixel’s article, I’ve stumbled upon US Geological Survey’s Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab collection of bee macros. What you will find on BIML’s flickr stream are over 1200 photos of bees, other insects and flowers. Since all these photos were uploaded under a creative commons licence, you may not only admire, but also download and use them. At least as long as you credit the USGS and the Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab accordingly. 🙂


Source: Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab


Quelle: Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab

Beautiful and scary at the same time, aren’t they? Who would have thought, that busy little bees are such frightening little monsters? 😛

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