Today, I’m asking your feedback on photos I’d like to include in my 2014 calendar on bees and bugs. Just tell me which ones you’d really want to see, and which ones I should definitely keep or get rid of. I appreciate your honest feedback.

Remember that everyone who comments on one of my 2014 photo calendar related posts will be entered in a drawing to win one of my calendars (you can pick your favorite theme). The only requirement I have for the winner is to be located within the U.S., mostly because the calendar will contain U.S. holidays and it will be more helpful to that person. For every calendar post that you comment on, you will earn one drawing entry (one entry per blog post, not per comment). I’m planning to give away one calendar to a lucky winner, and possibly another one to the person who comes in second, depending on the number of participants.

You can click on any photo below to open the slideshow and view everything in a larger format. Please include your comments into the post comment section directly, not on individual photos, to make it easier for everyone to see your feedback. Thank you!

About Milka Pejovic

I'm a freelance writer, artist and photographer. I write mostly for business, not enough for pleasure, and I take a lot of pictures of the world around me.

19 responses »

  1. Tina Schell says:

    They look great Milka – the only one I’d vote against is the very first, because the yellow is so bright it dwarfs the ladybug. Otherwise lovely!!

  2. Carrie Rubin says:

    The orange dragonfly (the first one), the bee on the pear blossom, and any of the butterfly ones. Love them all! If I could only choose one butterfly pic, I’d go with the tiger swallowtail one.

  3. BeWithUs says:

    Macro Monday: orange dragonfly taking off

  4. Well, I am going to go out on a limb here and say #1 is my favorite. 🙂 I really like the strong colors!

  5. Travel theme wild orange, Bee on a wild rose, bee on the pear blossom, bee on pink flower, bee collecting nectar, Img 4449, Img 4445, See through the wings of a dragon fly and do a totally separate calendar for Butterfly pictures.

    • mpejovic says:

      Thank you very much for your input! I wish I had enough pictures to do a butterfly only calendar. Maybe next year. Butterflies are so hard to photograph. Even when they stand somewhere, they move their wings a lot and they tend to end up blurry on the picture.

  6. chrisstov says:

    The were lovely and I have commentated under some of them. Please don’t include me in the draw.

  7. drummermama says:

    In the calendar I’d really want to see: #3, #6, #12, #17

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