Murder! She Snapped

When I took the first photo I was wondering why the bee was not flying away and I thought the pollen basket looked kind of dry but I was in a hurry. I saw the white thing on the lavender bloom and quickly dismissed it as part of a white blossom. But now that I’m looking at it on the much bigger computer screen and – well you see it, too, don’t you? It was murder! The bee is dead. It is a dead bee. The bee has passed on. The bee is no more. It has ceased to be. It is an ex-bee!

In honour of this bee who has shaken off the mortal coil I show the photo without any editing except for a bit of cropping.

And now for the edited photos. Purple is opposite to green on the colour circle – so I thought I play around a bit with the negative tool.

The Cosmic Photo Challenge: Close-up on Nature

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7 thoughts on “Murder! She Snapped

      1. I checked and there are no ghost spiders in central Europe. Apparently it is a flower crab spider. Do ghost spiders jump? Crab spiders apparently just wait patiently until they strike.

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