Ever watched a bee swarming? It is the most spectacular sight only if you are not afraid of watching ten of thousands of bees flying, suddenly and out of no where to somewhere! Typically, the bees swarm in a perfect formation, moves swiftly and to a specific first stop (before again flying out to a permanent location of choice). The whole process of swarming will resemble like a small cloud formation with ten to twenty thousand bees. However, the whole process became chaotic and bees can be seen every where when a strong wind started blowing right at that moment. The chaos in the bees can be seen in the picture 1 above (the scattered dots in front of the trees are the bees), I had to use a wide angle to capture the entire spread of the swarm. The Picture 3 shows the bees finally settling high up the tree.
Nikon D5300, June 12, 2016. Grenbytes Farm, New Jersey