I felt like it was probably too early to have much to shoot at the local Arboretum but I couldn’t wait any longer, had to get out and go today…and as expected virtually nothing to shoot. BUT…to my complete surprise this early in the year, there was some sort of large flowering bush that was in bloom and 3-4 Bees were working the nectar, getting pollen all over themselves. And unless I misunderstood what I thought was happening, when the Bee's front legs got covered with pollen it looked like they were reaching them back to the hind legs and rubbing them, depositing the pollen there…I assume that's what those yellow clumps are on each hind leg you see in the photos...could be wrong of course. Canon FDn 200/4.0 Macro Lens did an outstanding job on the NEX-7. Very bright sunlight, ISO100, AP mode, mostly 5.6 - 8.0, shutter mostly 1/320 - 1/500. Only PP was a mere 10 units of clarity in LR and I’m not sure it made enough difference to go to the trouble, otherwise SOOC.