From an abandoned house Chandler/Gilbert-ish, AZ.
Pinhole created from fishing reel cover found on site, which fit around the lens perfectly. I kept that little wonder, along with a bunch of old drawer knobs, how random.
Bees seem to be a pretty constant variable in my rural explorations. It seems when the humans leave, windows get broken and doors get left open. Bees find abandoned houses great places to set up shop. Birds also love the free rent. I always have to be careful not to piss them off, which usually works since they are pretty focused on just doing what they do. I think since bees are used so much in rural settings for agriculture, the concentration must be higher out there.