A few panorama shots from Lake Minnekhada Regional Park in Port Coquitlam, BC.
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1. High Knoll Viewpoint – 4 stitched photos (Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM)
2. Lake Minnekhada Dike – Nearly 360° – 10 stitched photos (Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM)
After a seemingly endless search for the “perfect” bee shot, I decided last summer to skip a year in taking them. I have some nice bee shots, but I became so tired of sorting through them I don’t even want to look at a bee on a flower for a while.
For some reason I took this shot in the middle of a bunch of other macro shots back in May – and it turned out rather well. I have several shots of bees with their “tongues” stuck out – but this guy actually has it IN a flower from a forget-me-not.
Closer Crop – you can see the tongue better:
Bee on Forget-me-not (2009)
Now that the weather has turned hot I’ll post a few pictures with snow. Lots of snow this past winter – almost 3 feet on the ground at once which I do not think I’ve seen here before. Enjoyable except for being trapped at the house for almost a week due to snow on the road.
A few from early January:
Bridal Veil Falls in October 2008. I really should take more pictures of shelf fungus.
Chilliwack River Valley trip from last October. More Fall colour stuff.