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Beautiful Collages by Hugo Barros aka Mesineto (Artist on tumblr)
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Intimate Portraits of Bees
Researchers take advantage of photography technology developed by the U.S. Army to capture beautiful portraits of bees native to North America.
Photography by Sam Droege, USGS
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Intimate Portraits of Bees
Researchers take advantage of photography technology developed by the U.S. Army to capture beautiful portraits of bees native to North America.
Photography by Sam Droege, USGS
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Intimate Portraits of Bees
Researchers take advantage of photography technology developed by the U.S. Army to capture beautiful portraits of bees native to North America.
Photography by Sam Droege, USGS
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Intimate Portraits of Bees
Researchers take advantage of photography technology developed by the U.S. Army to capture beautiful portraits of bees native to North America.
Photography by Sam Droege, USGS
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Intimate Portraits of Bees
Researchers take advantage of photography technology developed by the U.S. Army to capture beautiful portraits of bees native to North America.
Photography by Sam Droege, USGS
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Intimate Portraits of Bees
Researchers take advantage of photography technology developed by the U.S. Army to capture beautiful portraits of bees native to North America.
Photography by Sam Droege, USGS
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Intimate Portraits of Bees
Researchers take advantage of photography technology developed by the U.S. Army to capture beautiful portraits of bees native to North America.
Photography by Sam Droege, USGS
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Intimate Portraits of Bees
Researchers take advantage of photography technology developed by the U.S. Army to capture beautiful portraits of bees native to North America.
Photography by Sam Droege, USGS
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Intimate Portraits of Bees

Researchers take advantage of photography technology developed by the U.S. Army to capture beautiful portraits of bees native to North America.

Photography by Sam Droege, USGS

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