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  1. #1
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    Default My first queen pic

    Hi all. I put my first package into my first hive on the 23rd of May. Been keeping a close eye on their progress. Got a picture of the queen with uncapped brood and eggs. Thought it was a cool shot and thought that I would share it with you all. Hope the image shows up.


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    Smile Nice!

    Very nice picture.
    Jack

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    Great pic. My wife says it is the best egg/larva pic she has ever seen. I was able to explain my grafting more to her.

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    Thanks. I'm glad you like it. I thought it was a good shot also.

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    I wanna see it
    when I look at it I see a thumbnail but the caption says it should be high resolution
    did something change?

    Dave

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    Great pic! Especially nice on the newly drawn comb. Nice orange queen. Italian? Where from?

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    note to those who use firefox
    this "excellent" image displays properly in IE

    Dave

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    I use firefox, and one click opens it to full page.

    Very nice pic.

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    No problem with Firefox. Won't use IE at all even if there was a problem.
    "My wife always wanted girls. Just not thousands and thousands of them......"

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    allrawpaul - Yes she is Italian. Got them from Betterbee. I think that they came from Wilbanks Apiaries.

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    Trying photobucket to see if image shows better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoneyMaple View Post
    Trying photobucket to see if image shows better.
    In the center bottom section of the photo....are those eggs in the center of some of those cells?

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    Yes they are eggs. You can see them getting bigger in this pic. That's part of why I thought that it was so cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iddee View Post
    I use firefox, and one click opens it to full page.

    Very nice pic.
    Same in Safari. Nice pic. Easy to see eggs on black background. Love those piercos.

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    double hmmm

    I tried it on a different PC and the thumbnail was actually embeded in the original post, so I could see it without clicking it. if I click it, it takes me to the full size image
    works as expected at photobucket

    Dave

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    A very nice picture indeed!

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    Nice color queen. Also isn't it nice to have black pierco to see eggs/larvae - my tired eyes don't have to work as hard.

    MM

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    Fantastic Pic! My Wife really enjoyed also.

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    I'm running Flock as my browser, since netscape went unsupported. Picture looks great.

    I don't use microsoft for any internet apps. 20years no virus, no protection.

    Dan

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    Default Neat

    Hey, it is really easy to see eggs on black foundation

    Wish it was that obvious on wax.

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