The funny (strange funny) thing is that all photo of bees kinda all look alike, with few exceptions, but we all recognise our own stuff after processing, cropping, webpage building, uploading and proofing. I guess it's like telling the difference between your kids if they are triplets, to you it is a no brainer.
Beekeeping for Dummies was a unique adventure, but there was a project used in schools in a mid-western state about six years ago where I was asked to read the content THEN choose which images I had that I was willing to donate for the cause. I took a lot of pride in that one, and I have the book here - a small paperback sized 40 page book with about 20 photos of mine in it.
The best part of course was they knew I had some good photos and not only asked permission, but asked me to format the photo layout - that was a really good combination, everyone should have such a chance.
The book was published and used in the schools throughout their library system. I don't know how many books in all, but I'm sure it was a short run at the printers, enough for a book or two on each library reference shelf. It's little things like that which make a mark in the future of our hobby, I'm sure a few kids saw the images and got the beekeeping bug