SPOTTED IN JOHNSTON: The public life of bees


Bees of all shapes tasted the bursting pink flowers of a huge round rhododendron bush at Highland Memorial Park Cemetery in Johnston. Fat yellow bumblebees’ wings flapped so furiously that they generated a small breeze, pushing oblong green leaves and hot pink pedals aside in search for pollen.                                                                                                                        


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