Macro Photography – Flying Insects

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These are photographs of bees collected in National Parks from a variety of separate projects.

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Hoplitis fulgida, Grand Tetons National Park

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Perdita latior, Arizona Petrified Forest National Park

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Leptochilus acolhuus, Key Biscayne National Park, Florida

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Sceliphron caementarium, Biscayne, Florida

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Augochlorella aurata, Camden County, Georgia

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Osmia chalybea, Georgia, Camden County

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Agapostemon angelicus, Pennington County, South Dakota, Badlands National Park

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Fly, Fossil Butte National Monument, Wyoming

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Megachile pseudobrevis, Fort Matanzas National Monument, Florida

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Andrena illinoensis, South Dakota, Badlands National Park

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Andrena astragali, female, Badlands National Park, SD

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Anthophora affabilis, Badlands National Park, South Dakota

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Dufourea marginata, Isle Royale, Michigan

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Lasioglossum pictum, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Michigan

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Andrena accepta, South Dakota, Badlands National Park

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Anthidium maculifrons, Key Biscayne National Park, Florida

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Epeolus zonatus, Cumberland Island National Seashore, Georgia

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Agapostemon virescens, Kings County, New York

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Melecta species, Fossil Butte National Monument, Wyoming

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Dianthidum curvatum, South Dakota, Badlands national Park

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Dianthidium concinnum, Pennington County, South Dakota

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Nomia universitatis, South Dakota, Badlands National Park

credit: USGS Bee Inventory and Monitoring Laboratory



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Airbus Future Vision of Flying in 2050

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Airbus has shown off its plans for future design. Whole project consits of nature-inspired concept cabin with intelligent wall which controls air temperature and can become transparent to give passengers spectacular panoramic views, vitalising zone that will help passengers relax, with vitamin and antioxidant-enriched air, mood lighting, aromatherapy and acupressure treatments, holographic pop-up gaming displays. Passengers will be able to play a game of virtual golf, take part in an interactive conference or shop in a virtual changing room.

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How to Launch Sky Flying Lanterns ?

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Step by step instructions :

- Check the strenght and direction of wind before use. The lantern is large and may be blown into obstacles such as treess or buildings.
- Fill lantern with air by gently swinging the lantern in the air while holding the bamboo ring. Ensure the lantern is fully extended and upright.
- Ask a friend to light the cell while you hold the lantern upright from the top.
- The lantern will fill with hot air and become light. Continue to hold the lantern by the top and bamboo righ at the bottom untill it becomes seft supporing. You can now hold it by the bottom only.
- Once the lantern is lifting on its own, release and watch with friends as it floats away for miles.

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