This was made from 700 pictures taken at Disneyland through out the years. The eldest ones date back to when I was little, then it jumps to 2006 when I celebrated my 18th birthday at DLP, then photos range from 2008 to 2011.
Female Eastern Carpenter Bee (Xylocopa virginica), This is the most common carpenter bee found in the eastern United States. The male is differentiated from the female by a more narrow head with white patch, and lack of stinger. Carpenter bees bore holes in soft wood to nest. The male remains around the nest while the female an important pollinator collects nectar.
This deep focus stack is composed of 15 combined slices taken hand held at f/6.3 with a magnification of 2.5x.