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To bee or not to bee

My apologies for being late for the Macro Monday challenge, it seems real life keeps meddling with my virtual one.

This is a photo that calls for Spring, I wanted to capture the simple beauty of the Crocus and the beautiful sunny day. After taking the picture I saw there was a bee there, happy and ready for work. Can you see the bee?

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    Can you see that bee?

    • Yes
    • No
    • Yes, I sent that bee!
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    Are you waiting for Spring too?

    • Yes
    • No
    • What is Spring?

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    • I’m very glad I was a source of inspiration! Be careful though, it can be dangerous to get too close to a beehive. My father had some when I was a kid and I used to get stinged a lot. It was no problem, painful, but nothing serious. Until one day I got stinged by a huge wasp and I went into shock. Since then I must be very careful, I became allergic to bee’s venom.

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  1. Nice photo and yes, saw the bee. Bees are often threatened as a population and do a lot of helpful work for people. Not only do they produce honey and honey products but they also pollinate our fruit and vegetables.

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