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Bee Pictures

Discussion in 'Everything Else Bees' started by casportpony, Apr 25, 2017.

  1. Oct 5, 2017
    babsbag

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    Do you have a computer monitor the size of a large screen TV? :lol:
     
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    Well, it's not a 60" or anything but it is larger than what I stared at as a kid watching the three stooges and Spanky & our gang :) I think it's a 24 or 26". Of course the ability also exists to take a picture and enlarge it. However, depending on the pixels involved (DPI), that can make it rather fuzzy. :old

    You should take a few pics of your bees on the frames then manipulate them on your computer. You'll be surprised what you can see when you're not worried about having the hive all torn apart and bees bumping you and trying to make you deaf. More so if they're really ticked off and are past bumping and are stinging...