Category: nature photography

A bee foraging on crososmia (Iridaceae)

Tweet(rewritten from “the lady in red”) The crocosmia sings: You are dancing with me I become red, cheek to cheek… read more A bee foraging on crososmia (Iridaceae)

Reasons for obsessively shooting bees

TweetI get asked by many as to why I constantly take photographs of honey bees on flowers. Don’t they all… read more Reasons for obsessively shooting bees

2015 In Review

TweetPlease follow me as I travel (or staying locally) and shoot bees and flowers, during the great 2015. 1. Jan… read more 2015 In Review

A journey of beetography, and of people

TweetAwards: MSU Global Focus International Photography Contest, First Place, Faculty/Staff, 2010 XI¬† International Apiculture Photography Contest, Second Prize, 2009 MSU… read more A journey of beetography, and of people

Bees swarming over American holly

TweetBy accident I noticed that there are two holly trees in front of the CIPS building (north door) on Saturday… read more Bees swarming over American holly

Black locust, a major honey plant in Michigan

TweetI noticed today that flowers of black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia, Fabaceae) are nearly gone, so I thought I need to… read more Black locust, a major honey plant in Michigan

Beautiful luffa flowers under bee vision

TweetThis is a “formal post” to the site dedicated to ultraviolet photography, http://www.ultravioletphotography.com. I have previously seen many bees visiting… read more Beautiful luffa flowers under bee vision

Colors of flowers seen in alternative spectrums

TweetA play of colors under various light conditions. Acronyms: UV=ultraviolet, VIS=visible light, IR=infrared. Camera: Panasonic DMC G5 full spectrum converted…. read more Colors of flowers seen in alternative spectrums