Drink from Your Golden Chalice (Honey Bees, Apis mellifera)

typical honey bee on the yellow center of a wild flower with white petals

A honey bee (Apis mellifera) feeds on a wild flower.

You can see why honey bees are well-loved. (Black and white version below, plus two shots of a different honey bee.)

typical honey bee on the yellow center of a wild flower with white petals

A honey bee (Apis mellifera) feeds on a wild flower. (Black and white version)

honey bee on wild flower with yellow center and white petals

A(nother) honey bee (Apis mellifera) feeds on a wild flower.

dorsal view of honey bee on a white petaled wild flower with yellow center

The second bee from a different angle; notice the tattered wings.

honey bee on wild flower with yellow center and white petals

A(nother) honey bee (Apis mellifera) feeds on a wild flower. (Black and white version)

dorsal view of honey bee on a white petaled wild flower with yellow center

The second bee from a different angle; notice the tattered wings. (Black and white version)

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