Pins & Needles

I was out and about today doing some test shots and trying out settings on my new camera.

I found this little guy on this teasel and made a few images.

When I got home and looked at it, I thought to myself

"This gives new meaning to walking on pins & needles"


Linking with I HEART MACRO
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Comments

genie said…
Thanks for the visit to my blog. Nice macro. So much bee detail.
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Brian King said…
That's gorgeous and so sharp!
Rose said…
It's an wonderful shot...title it 'On Pins & Needles'....
DeniseinVA said…
Oh now, that's a lovely bee shot!
Grandma C said…
Such a good shot I think I see his tongue.
Your title is perfect and I love your macro shot.
Debby Ray said…
You are absolutely right about that! Great photo!
Gert said…
Awesome photo!
Great macro shot, love the detail too. He looks fuzzy :)
Amy said…
and it looks like he's dealing with it quite well too hehe
What a great picture, quite similar t the one I postetd on the 4th of august, even the flower was the same :-)
Christine
Breathtaking said…
Very good macro! They are agile little things.
bruce ruston said…
Lovely shot, I really enjoy stalking bugs myself.
Gemma Wiseman said…
Incredible how this little character manages to hang on. Wonderful macro.
Rivien said…
It's an wonderful shot! It is a bummble bee?
Hugs Riv
Suzy Shipman said…
Great shot - they do seem to like to visit teasels despite the spikes! :)
Stewart M said…
That does not look comfortable!

Great image.

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
That is a gorgeous macro shot!
maryaustria said…
A fantastic shot!!
Sharon Wagner said…
I can see his little bee hand wrapped around a spike.
Pamela Gordon said…
OH yes, it does! Beautiful capture!
ladyfi said…
What a wonderful shot.
Leovi said…
Very nice macro, I love the beauty of the details!
janiceadcock said…
Nicely done! How does it get to the nectar with all the 'pins'?
Gunilla Bäck said…
Awesome shot! The bee is so cute.
Gail Dixon said…
Ha, so true! You are doing great with the new toy! Congrats on your new purchase and wonderful image.
Wow, great macro shot, you can see the hairs on the bee!
Villrose said…
No doubt! He clings to the pins!