Bees get still near sunset... (sunrise+sunset Spring insects ). Photo by Sharrose

Bees get still near sunset...

Uploaded by: Sharrose

Friday April 6, 2012

Orcutt, CA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Well if you have a queen and a group of independent-minded bees that split off from the rest of the hive and look for another place to live, then you’ve got a swarm. ~ August, THE SECRET LIFE OF BEES BY SUE MONK KIDD p.93

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