Colour by Nature

The close examination of flowers requires the vision of a bee.  Attraction to colour and hexagon shape may be at the root of a bees view of the nectar universe.  The view from the bi-ped is one of awe and wonder.

The nectar preserved in these budding blooms points to nature’s harmony. One part of creation supporting the other part.  Mutual admiration.

The spectrum of colour dances close to the ground promising more than seed.  Visual pleasure might also be important.  Detail matters.

Taking time to capture nature’s pallet and marvelling at the way the genetic miracles convert trace minerals to colour is the foundation to understanding the way nature nurtures.  Unearthing richness takes time.  The seeds from last year’s crop beckons care and nurture to produce the colours and feasts.

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