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Busy Bee

A warm spring day offered this photo opportunity as this flowering bush came alive with bees.

Using a 2.8 50-135mm zoom lens allowed for a fast shutter of 1/1600 sec to stop the action with out having to push up the ISO, helping keep the digital noise minimized.  The combination of the zoom lens set on continual focus allowed me to get better focus while I chased the bees around.

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Columbia River

Columbia River

The Interior of British Columbia Canada offers some of the most beautiful, bio-diverse and most delicate biology in Canada.

This photograph of the Columbia River system one of those places. It is also one of the largest river tributaries in North America as well as having a large number of Hydro-Electric dams along its course, this adds to the importance and sensitivity of this fresh water source.

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Adams River Salmon Run

Adams River Salmon Run

The Adams River Salmon Run is an amazing nature event that makes me very contemplative about all the facets of nature and how amazing something like the instinct and DNA make up of can be so ingrained in all loving things.  There are 3 phases of life in this photo the spawned fish (the Dead),  the eggs (new life) and the still living fish yet to complete the task.  All in all a great day.