Today, March 28, is a winter day, cold, blustery, the wood stove is still very helpful, day-to-day. The hard work of Spring is about to begin; trim, rake, compost; trim, rake, compost, clean the basement, clean the barn, scrape the bee-hive boxes and frames, prepare the garden soil, repair gutters and spouts, the list is lengthy, isn't it? But Spring is in a way the loveliest of seasons when the Life Force makes its presence felt, birds make their nests to hold their young, deer survive the winter and are seen in the distance, in the forest, one can see, hear and feel the whole environment waking up. In this context, I offer a couple of new prints you can see in my Photo Prints Gallery, photos I took of my honey-bees, this past summer. They are somewhat stylized in Photoshop, not simple journalistic records. I hope you like them.