December 4, 2010

Straight Out Of the Camera Sunday


I was just in the backyard, taking photos of this Dainty Bess rose, when a dead bee fell from the sky, honest, and plopped into my photo.

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What are the rules for SOOC Sunday?

•On any Sunday you can post any photo you like (it must be one of 
 your own)

•that hasn’t been tweaked or altered in any way (cropping is OK).

•In other words Straight Out Of the Camera.

•Link Murrieta365 to your post so others will know where to go if they want to join in the SOOC fun.


BTW, I'm not shy about removing links, if the rules are ignored.



Go take more photos,


25 comments

  1. oh the poor bee ))): on such a beautifully photographed flower!

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  2. I agree - poor bee but a beautiful shot.

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  3. Maybe he just passed out from too much pollen...
    Gorgeous flower.
    : )

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  4. Beautiful macro of the rose! And what a bonus with the bee! I'm sure there is story behind this tragedy!

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  5. Oh my goodness....that would leave me wondering for sure.

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  6. Oh dear! That must have been a BIG surprise!

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  7. You have got to be kidding me...what are the odds of that happening!!! Bet you were so shocked. Great shot!!!

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  8. Weird.....but the flower is truly magnificent.

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  9. Thats one dead bee for sure. Good capture.

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  10. The serendipitous photos are often the best, aren't they? Bravo!

    Sweet Success

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  11. Poor bee. Its tongue is sticking out and everything, just like in the cartoons.

    YummY!

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  12. Rough day for the bee - but neat shot.

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  13. oh wow, how crazy!
    ps: my photo was taken at a little lake in issaquah, wa :) thanks for stopping by my new blog@!

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  14. It looks so pretty...Happy SOOC Sunday.

    Mine is here

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  15. A tragedy for the bee, but it did add interest to the already wonderful shot.

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  16. wow! I wonder if he had just stung someone, that is beezarre!

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  17. That actually happened to me once. Strange experience. Neat photo!

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  18. the sharpness of the flower is great!

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  19. I'm linking up late! the bees is maybe getting ready to hibernate.

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  20. I was thinking how beautiful it is, and such a delicate pink as I was scrolling down, then, poof, a carcass plopped into my wonderland! lol

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  21. Jan, an unbelievable occurrance! Thanks for your good wishes for our anniversary! Say hi to Bob! :)

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  22. I guess his hive must have worked him to death! And that is one beautiful flower!

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  23. Hi Jan,
    Poor bee. He must have been very hungry for the nectar of that flower. Have a great day!

    Sherrie
    Food for Thought
    http://100sweets.blogspot.com/2010/12/straight-out-of-camera.html

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  24. this is the most intriguing (sorry if I misspell) photo. The stunning flower and the dead bee.

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