Weekly Challenge 11: Bugs ‘n’ Bees

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  1. Well done, interesting assortment of topics this week. I love the light on Brian’s pianist – try cropping in (cut…

  2. Favourites for action shots are Nigel’s Napier Waves, such detail in the water and Julie’s wave breaking. Love the atmosphere…

7 comments on “Weekly Challenge 11: Bugs ‘n’ Bees”

  1. Nigel Hoult says:

    The BBC’s weekly “We set the theme, you take the photos” for the week up to 18th August is “garden creatures”; it would be worth submitting some of these.

  2. Nigel Hoult says:

    I knew there would be some great photos for this one – we seem to like our bugs in WPC! My favourite is Julie’s as well, for the interesting composition – how did she get them to pose like that, I wonder.

  3. Mary Nash says:

    Well done everyone – some lovely images there. Julie’s bees in the birdbox is an amazing image. Ann has also got a lovely crisp bug and great background. Susi has done a great job of capturing the bee in flight – so many excellent images – bright colours and interesting poses. Look forward to seeing your takes on “Three” next week.

  4. Sharon says:

    Love Julie’s, because of what’s happening, Also Nigel’s because of its shadows.

  5. Brenda says:

    Bugs – the hardest challenge so far and well done everyone. But I think Julie’s has to get ten out of ten, doesn’t it?

  6. Ian B says:

    My favourite challenge so far! My favourite picture this time is Julie’s.

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