Bee on Thistle Flower Picture

A bee performs its polination job while gathering its food from a thistle flower. The thorny thistle provides a beautiful flower - one that invites photography and bees. ISO 200 (instead of 100) was selected for this shot because faster shutter speed was needed to stop the wind-blown plant's motion. Unfortunately, I didn't have my Wimberley Plamps with me. A tripod was used for this capture.


 
Camera and Lens Settings
150mm  f/8.0  1/100s
ISO 200
3888 x 2592px
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