It was early morning. As usual at that early hour I was doing the daily chore in front of the house. Suddenly my spouse calls and said that a Bee got stuck at one of the flower that she had nurtured at the garden in the backyard. The Malay name this tiny flower of a creeper plant as Bunga Tongkeng [Tonkin Jasmine]. I told her it is all right; the Bee is sucking the nectar and would fly away soon. At the same time I thought that I should go and take a photo of that Bee in action. It is not always one get the opportunity to snap a picture of an insect enjoying its meals of nectar. I then put the Micro Lens to my Nikon and went to have a look. Sure enough there is a Bee with its head inside that tiny flower.
I did not want to disturb it and just snap away as many images as possible using the Micro Lens. Later I touch the Bee but it does not seem to move like Bee does when disturbed. Maybe it was playing dead. I then took a small stick and try to dislodge it. Yes it really got stuck and could not get out of that tiny flower. Slowly and with care as not to hurt that creature I managed to dislodge it. It still a bit weak and did not fly away as would an active Bee does. I slowly put it down on a stick and saw it moving and starts kicking around. That means it still alive. Happy I left it there to regain its strength and fly away.
Well folks, that is nature at its best.
Have a nice day.