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Michelle Davies - The Journal Gazette
Anika Bobeck, a first grader at Canterbury School, pretends to sip nectar from a flower during a presentation on bees Wednesday morning.

These Bees Don't Sting

Camera: NIKON D300S

Shutter: 1/80 s

Aperture: f/4

Exposure Setting: Manual (Center-Weighted Average)

ISO: 1000

Strobe Flash: Did Not Fire

Lens Focal Length: 52 mm

White Balance: Auto

Shooter's Comments: A room full of first graders is a room filled with excited chatter. Especially when there are hands-on demonstrations and role playing involved! All hands were raised eagerly every time a volunteer was asked for, and when Anika Bobeck was chosen to re-enact a bee gathering nectar she was all smiles and willingness. For me it became just a matter of timing to capture her in the moment.

- Michelle Davies, Photojournalist

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