Apis Mellifera Carpatica feeding on a Dandelion

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Apis Mellifera Carpatica feeding on a Dandelion

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Hi, I'm new here. Please enjoy my first submission, a common bee shot over the Easter Holidays.

Image2020-04-15__DSC8706 by Radu Dumitrescu, on Flickr
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A very good picture! Well done.
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MarkSturtevant wrote:A very good picture! Well done.
Thank you.
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Wonderful light and framing!

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Great capture u/zerosapte :D

Thanks for the sharing and inspiration
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Dalantech wrote:Wonderful light and framing!
Thank you. I've noticed a lot of your work on Reddit, and coming from you, this is especially flattering.
Harald wrote:Great capture u/zerosapte :D

Thanks for the sharing and inspiration
Thank you and it's my pleasure.
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u/zerosapte wrote:
Dalantech wrote:Wonderful light and framing!
u/zerosapte wrote:
Thank you. I've noticed a lot of your work on Reddit, and coming from you, this is especially flattering.
Thanks!

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