Do you like honey? I love the taste and amazed of the bees. "Bees are flying insects closely related to wasps and ants, known for their role in pollination and, in the case of the best-known bee species, the European honey bee, for producing honey and beeswax. ... The ethologist Karl von Frisch studied navigation in the honey bee. He showed that honey bees communicate by the waggle dance, in which a worker indicates the location of a food source to other workers in the hive. He demonstrated that bees can recognize a desired compass direction in three different ways: by the sun, by the polarization pattern of the blue sky, and by the earth’s magnetic field. He showed that the sun is the preferred or main compass; the other mechanisms are used under cloudy skies or inside a dark beehive. Bees navigate using spatial memory with a "rich, map-like organization". Of course you can read more interesting fact about the bees here.
When I was a child, my grandpa had bees. Sometimes I was there, when he collected the honey - he did the work and I enjoyed the fresh taste:) This memory inspired my blog post and I collected some beautiful ceramic pieces:
The last one is my new porcelain plate. I worked with silk screen print and paint some part with warm yellow:)
You can find more at my board.
Have a bee day!