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TooL- Lateralus.... Lyrics through Photographyeach photo in this feature is a lyric from Tool's Lateralus song.TooL- Lateralus.... Lyrics through Photography by SublimeBudd
i put them all in order for ya.. took a few days
here is a painting i did of maynard after seeing them live..
:iconnettier: and i are quite the tool fans.. so for my first lyric feature i chose my favorite song about the spiral of life.. soo many things to love about this song!
Black then white are all I see in my infancy.
then are in
red and yellow then came to be, reaching out to me.
lets me see.
lets... by likespring :thumb124471432: see by dini25
As below, so above and beyond, I imagine
as Below by nickademusss so Above and Beyond by ZanaSoul :thumb122035208: :thumb122192945:
drawn beyond the lines of reason.
Drawn by LukeAustin Beyond by Frenz1986 the :thumb121443219: of Reason? by Apothacer
Push the envelope. Watch it bend.
Pushing The Envelope by JanJohansson watch by spagogoni it Bend by Annurgaia
A female Miner Bee foraging for pollen.
Tech Specs: Canon 70D (F16, 1/250, ISO 100) + a Canon MP-E 65mm macro lens (2x) + a diffused MT-24EX (both flash heads on Kaiser adjustable flash shoes). This is a single, uncropped, frame taken hand held.
Technique: I'm holding on to the flower with my left index finger and thumb, and resting the lens on that same hand to keep the scene steady. As the bee moves around the flower I rotate the stem to keep it looking at the camera (helps the viewer to connect with the subject and to maximize my chances of getting a usable image). I pay attention to the area that I want to be in focus, and use my peripheral vision to compose the frame. I'm also twisting the camera in my hand, and the flower's stem, so that I can lay the flat area of acceptable focus over as much of the curves in the scene (the bee's head and the flower).
Conditions: Partly cloudy with temps in the 18C range and a light wind. Due to the breeze I was able to grab onto the stem without the bee noticing. Also when the sun went behind the clouds its metabolism would tank, making it easier to get close.