Interesting capture. Nice details of the honey comb, I guess the tripod helps. Nice natural colors. Is this oilpalm tree?
- jcoowanitwong (13754)
- [2007-06-01 21:17]
Nice observation. The empty nest is well recorded. Sharp with vivid colors. Seem that you happy with your new tripod.
Very well done.
- eqshannon (31141)
- [2007-06-01 22:20]
How interesting. We have a bee missing problem here in the US. I see more of them this year than in the past 5 years. I hope this is a good sign for us. Loosing our bees would surely devastate our countries food supply and economy as well.
Your new tripod works well...and I like the earth tones you have created here...as well as succinct and informative notes. We shall hope they are not a warning...
Bob in the Wilderness of the PNW
- Jamesp (18906)
- [2007-06-02 1:41]
A very timely shot - I saw a report on the news yesterday about a mystery disease which has wiped out millions of bees. In some areas of the USA where commercial hives are used to pollinate crops 85% have died. Your bees may have moved, but the disease is global apparently . . .
Nice shot with great colours and detail.
- gannu (14761)
- [2007-06-02 3:35]
Ram Sir sometimes i wonder why people dont look such pictures. Even I love them. It is something like you live in a house and then you vacate. Its a pity. but thats what life is about. Nature.
I like the composition of this shot that leaves you searching for the subject for a few seconds.
- Mana (18598)
- [2007-06-02 8:26]
Feels sad to see an abondoned house anytime. The usual hustle and bustle is missing and the whole lot of activity which goes on is sadly missed. Quite mysterious how they have all forsaken this hive and have definitely started a new one somewhere else. Probably they did get a hint of your coming back to India and have left your house in grief and protest. Good luck with your new tripod.