Hello. This is The Daily Bone and I'm your doggie faithful reporter Chester L. W. Spaniel.
Today is Flower Friday. So I have some pictures of the amazing hydrangea bush in the front yard. This huge plant was once a little stick that one of the siblings bought at a flea market around 20 years ago.
Since then, it's grown into a massive bush that produces hundreds of white flowers that all kinds of insects just love. Everything from flies, and bees, to wasps, and butterflies buzz around it all day long. I imagine moths visit it at night too.
As the summer progresses, the flowers on this bush slowly turn color from white to pink and then purple. We'll show you more photos later in the season.
Now for something totally perplexing: my ghostwriter stumbled across a video that's based on mathematics, fractals to be precise, and a special equation that results in amazingly beautiful patterns when the solution is put on a graph and then loaded into a computer. But after watching it a few times, we thought it kind of looked like endless flowers.
(I think the best thing about it is that it's set to Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata. Hi Princess.)
For the best effect, watch this video in a dark room, and set it on full screen.
If you want a scientific explanation, please check out this video: