ALL PHOTOS ENCHANTED FOREST Insects Pollination by Wasp 11 years ago Alan S. Hochman WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY – ENCHANTED FOREST PARK, FL Tweet Subject Photo exif Data Camera Make and Model NIKON D90 Photo taken on November 1, 2009, 3:32 am Focal Length 60mmShutter Speed 1/125Aperture @ƒ/8 Tags: featured, Insect photography, Insects, macrophotography, Nature, Nature photography, Wasp Continue Reading Previous Eastern Meadowlark at Dinner Island RanchNext Closeup of a Sandspur More Stories ALL PHOTOS Birds Painted Bunting – Male 7 years ago Alan S. Hochman ALL PHOTOS Insects Skipper Butterfly – Ready for Take off 7 years ago Alan S. Hochman ALL PHOTOS Birds Northern Male Cardinal at Feeder 7 years ago Alan S. Hochman 28 thoughts on “Pollination by Wasp” This is a great shot! Thanks bro This is by far, my new fave shot… love, love, LOVE the contrast of the flower with the insect; it’s all got such great detail! Nice job! Thanks Sam. I appreciate the comment This is such amazing photography That’s a real upclose shot. Excellent sharpness Thank you Steve, and better than sharpness… I didn’t get stung!! This is truly an outrageous photo!!!! This is definitely one of my favorites this is a neat picture should be in national geographic I really appreciate that comment! Hear that Nat Geo I’d HAVE to agree with Noah, this is a terrific shot!!! 😀 🙂 Thanx Noah, I was lucky getting that photo WOW Wow wow Excellent macro, I’m looking forward to the warmer months and the chance to capture some of mine own. Alan, your work is very nice kisses I have done some wildlife photos myself around Miami but the quality of your photos is much better. Beautiful colour and very clear. I’m jealous… Alan, it’s scary but nice at the same time I agree!!! Terrific macrophotography! Beautiful shot! How did you manage to keep the wasp still? Saba, I didn’t do anything except get close, snap the shot and ran! 🙂 A lot of details on this picture ! Congratulation ! Beautiful Alan. How close to it were you? What lense did you use? Hi Mel, I believe I used a Nikkor 60mm 2.8 macro lens for that pic. Thanks, Alan. Great stuff. Stay safe out there! My pleasure Mel. And thank you! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website TO PREVENT SPAM, PLEASE ANSWER THE FOLLOWING. THEN PRESS *Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA. 9 − = six This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.