π™Žπ™π˜½π™π™€π™π™π˜Όπ™‰π™€π˜Όπ™‰ π™Žπ™‡π™„π™‹π™‹π˜Όπ™‚π™€ BY MIKE CORRAO

The sky vibrates honey and pollen. A series of hexagonal alcoves form across the landscape. The surface of the planet is becoming unrecognizable. Recent swarm murmurations have begun to take on mutative qualitiesβ€”not in the rapid transformation of their shape but of their composition.