A bumble bee flying in a lavender field.

With its round, fuzzy body and distinct vivid coloration. These gentle pollinators are often mimicked by other insects for protection. Nest-making bumblebees can often be identified by the pollen basket on their hind legs. Photographing them in flight requires patience and a high shutter speed to capture their swift movements. Positioning near flowers, one can anticipate their flight paths and snap multiple shots to seize the perfect moment.
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