The Ghost of Snapped Shot

Or, welcome to my low-maintenance heck.

Afternoon Bee-light

This is hands down the best photograph I've ever taken, from this year's trip to the Pumpkin Patch. (Update:—I'm not trying to "toot" my own horn here or anything, either. I'm just glad to be making some progress in my photography self-studies... Hope y'all enjoy! :) )

This here's what a bee would be happy to see on any given Fall evening.



#1 captainfish 09-Oct-2007
glad to see you are back up and running.

"photography self studies"?

hmm? so, this is what you look like for real then? Or is this a representation of your real personality?
#2 Brian C. Ledbetter 10-Oct-2007
LOL! Not self-portraiture, self-studies. As in "photography studies without taking classes."

If I were doing self-portraiture, it would probably end up looking something like this mess:

"I'm a little tea pot, short and stout."[/center]

#3 forest 10-Oct-2007
Nice photo there Brian. It's too bad there will be no bees left to enjoy those flowers because they're all being killed off by global warming! Mechanical Zionist Apartheid bees will be all that's left to pollinate your neocon flowers! /sarc
#4 Brian C. Ledbetter 10-Oct-2007

Thanks for the kind words! And I, for one, welcome our coming [i]mechanized Zionist bee[/i] overlords!


#5 captainfish 10-Oct-2007
hmmm.. I wonder how all those bees survived that Medieval Climate Optimum??

Right now we are sitting at about an average of 23C globally, which is the average temps over last 3,000 years. During this time, temps have been over 24 and up to 25C degrees. I wonder how all animals and mankind survived those periods. Guess we are going to die when we hit 23.5C due to man's global warming.

How much closer to that 10 year time frame when Al-Gore said that most of mankind would die due to Man's Global Warming?

By the way Brian. I do love the pic. I had taken a pic of a desert flower on one of my backpacking trips to the Grand Canyon. I still think it is one of my best and most beautiful pics.
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