Bees On A Lamppost

It looks like there was only ONE WAY this swarm of bees wanted to go after they landed on a street sign in a busy town centre. The huge cloud of insects were spotted landing on a one way street sign close to the centre of Worcester at about 9.20am on Tuesday. Photographer and wildlife enthusiast Dave Grubb spotted the bees on his way to work and decided to take some snaps.

It looks like there was only ONE WAY this swarm of bees wanted to go after they landed on a street sign in a busy town centre. The huge cloud of insects were spotted landing on a one way street sign close to the centre of Worcester at about 9.20am on Tuesday. Photographer and wildlife enthusiast Dave Grubb spotted the bees on his way to work and decided to take some snaps.

It looks like there was only ONE WAY this swarm of bees wanted to go after they landed on a street sign in a busy town centre. The huge cloud of insects were spotted landing on a one way street sign close to the centre of Worcester at about 9.20am on Tuesday. Photographer and wildlife enthusiast Dave Grubb spotted the bees on his way to work and decided to take some snaps.

It looks like there was only ONE WAY this swarm of bees wanted to go after they landed on a street sign in a busy town centre. The huge cloud of insects were spotted landing on a one way street sign close to the centre of Worcester at about 9.20am on Tuesday. Photographer and wildlife enthusiast Dave Grubb spotted the bees on his way to work and decided to take some snaps.

It looks like there was only ONE WAY this swarm of bees wanted to go after they landed on a street sign in a busy town centre. The huge cloud of insects were spotted landing on a one way street sign close to the centre of Worcester at about 9.20am on Tuesday. Photographer and wildlife enthusiast Dave Grubb spotted the bees on his way to work and decided to take some snaps.