It has been much cooler today, so these bees feeding of scabious - male white and red tailed bumbles judging by the white faces? - were very slow moving an easy to photograph, for a bloody change.
So was the flowerless teasel, naked, so you can see the underlying structure. There is a mathematical slash geometric thing at work here, an Archimedes spiral or some such. I think I read that a few years ago.
It looks great anyway. The camera doesn't do it justice, you need three dimensions to see that structure properly.
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