Bee Hive Singapore
I was after a kingfisher and was just walking around as my subject was not there yet. Whilst looking up into the trees I noticed a weird, huge bulge below a large branch. It was at least 10 storeys high. As there were lots of branches and leaves obstructing my view from the bottom of the tree, I couldn’t figure what it really was. I was lucky there was a hill opposite the tree. I lugged my equipments with me up the hill and I was rewarded with a super view of it. It confirmed my suspicion that it was a really Hugeeeee bee hive dangling form the branch.
As much as I am very passionate about nature since young, I am not an expert even till today. I kept my distance from the Bee Hive as it could be dangerous.
This hive was easily at least 1.5 meters in length or more. Looking through my lens, I was able to see hundreds or thousands of bees swarming on it.
Photographed with Nikon D90, Sigma 300-800mm EX DG HSM (Sigmonster), Gitzo 2330 @
800mm (35mm equivalent 1200mm), ISO100, 1/100th sec, F9, Spot Metering
Subject Distance: 125 meters