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Bumblebee Acrylic Print featuring the photograph Bye-Bye by Donna Kennedy

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Bye-Bye Acrylic Print

Donna Kennedy

by Donna Kennedy

Small Image

$88.00

Product Details

Bye-Bye acrylic print by Donna Kennedy.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.

Design Details

Original Fine Art Photography by Donna Kennedy...
Photographed in Reno Nevada

All bumble bees belong to the genus Bombus within the family... more

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3 - 4 business days

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Comments (97)

Donna Kennedy

Donna Kennedy

Thank you Michael :)

Michael May

Michael May

Beautifully framed with the background flowers!

Donna Kennedy

Donna Kennedy

Thank you Kim :)

Kim Tran

Kim Tran

Outstanding capture Donna, beautiful colours! l/f

Donna Kennedy

Donna Kennedy

Thank you Linda :)

Linda Howes

Linda Howes

So pretty, great details in the flowers and a stunning bee to boot! Awesome Donna! l/f

Donna Kennedy

Donna Kennedy

Thank you Marcia :)

Marcia Lee Jones

Marcia Lee Jones

Wonderful capture!

Donna Kennedy

Donna Kennedy

Thank you Beth for the visit and Feature! :)

Donna Kennedy

Donna Kennedy

Thank you Megan :)

Donna Kennedy

Donna Kennedy

Thank you Geri :)

Megan Walsh

Megan Walsh

Revisiting this beautiful image, Donna, this is just amazing :) love it! F

Geraldine Scull

Geraldine Scull

Beautiful sharp colors and action of the bees, beautifully captured and presented Donna ~ l/f

Donna Kennedy

Donna Kennedy

Thank you Zina :)

Zina Stromberg

Zina Stromberg

Beautiful colors, excellent capture, Donna! L,f,g+,t

Donna Kennedy

Donna Kennedy

Thank you Ayman :)

Donna Kennedy

Donna Kennedy

Thank you Ricardos :)

Ayman Alenany

Ayman Alenany

This is so beautiful!

Ricardos Creations

Ricardos Creations

Excellent close-up nature capture, Donna!

Donna Kennedy

Donna Kennedy

Thank you DJ :)

Donna Kennedy

Donna Kennedy

Thank you Isabelle :)

DJ MacIsaac

DJ MacIsaac

Wow, a beautiful floral capture Donna... and a perfectly placed Bee as well! 😊LF

Donna Kennedy

Donna Kennedy

Thank you Petra :)

Artist's Description

Original Fine Art Photography by Donna Kennedy...
Photographed in Reno Nevada

All bumble bees belong to the genus Bombus within the family Apidae. The family Apidae includes the well-known honey bees and bumble bees, as well as carpenter bees, cuckoo bees, digger bees, stingless bees, and orchid bees. Bumble bees are important pollinators of wild flowering plants and crops. As generalist foragers, they do not depend on any one flower type. However, some plants do rely on bumble bees to achieve pollination. Loss of bumble bees can have far ranging ecological impacts due to their role as pollinators. In Britain and the Netherlands, where multiple bumble bee and other bee species have gone extinct, there is evidence of decline in the abundances of insect pollinated plants. Bumble bees are also excellent pollinators of many crops.
Bumble bees are the only bees native to North America that are truly social. They live in colonies, have different divisions of labor or castes, an...

About Donna Kennedy

Donna Kennedy

Life is like a camera...Focus on what is important, Capture the good times, Develop from the negatives, and if things don't work out, take another shot.... Having lived in the south (Florida & Mississippi) for 54 years my dream was to move out West which I did in 2008. I am in awe of this beautiful country that we call home, and photography has become a very important part of my life. Lighting and perseverance are top of the list, if it's having to hike for miles to get your shot, or waiting for hours in the freezing cold for a train, taking hundreds of images of birds or wildlife to get that one beautiful capture, or being up at all hours of the night or early morning to get the full Moon or Milky Way. These are things which a...

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