Mystery surrounds the removal of a well known piece of graffiti on Gower - which was replaced three times in 48 hours.
For years, there has existed a work of art painted on the side of a remote bus stop at Lunnon.
The brightly-coloured picture featured three bees, buzzing around the proclamation ‘I love bees’.
But at the start of last weekend, the graffiti was suddenly removed.
Both Swansea Council and First Cymru said the removal was nothing to do with them.
Almost as suddenly as the graffiti disappeared, it was replaced - for the first time - with some fresh art work.
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The painting on the side of the stone bus stop read: ‘We need freedom’.
It is thought the slogan was either a protest against lockdown regulations, or perhaps a call to Welsh independence.
The change triggered a vocal debate on social media.
Community councillor Viv Jones said the change was not down to Ilston Community Council either.
“I knew nothing about it until my daughter noticed it yesterday,” he said.
“The ‘I love bees’ has been a bit of a land mark on Gower for many years.
“I sometimes tell people who are coming to visit to look out for it so they know where to turn off the road.
“I have no idea who is responsible”.
Hours after the graffiti had been replaced, however, it was changed again.
Someone altered the fresh slogan from ‘We need Freedom’ to ‘We need bees’ - adding some freshly painted bees to the picture.
And before the weekend ended, it was altered a third time.
The ‘We need bees’ slogan has changed again; this time to a brighter picture, with bees and which now reads ‘We love bees’.
Whoever is responsible for the changes, however, remains a mystery.
The 'I love bees' is itself a change to the original message painted on the side of the bus stop.
Prior to that, the graffiti read 'I love beef', and was believed to have been first painted during the bovine foot and mouth disease outbreak in the UK in the 1990s.