Answer: Blastocystis sp. AND pollen.
Wow, you all impressed me by noting the less obvious Blastocystis in image 1, in addition to the pollen in all 3 images. Also, no one mistakenly thought that the pollen was a helminth egg (e.g. Taenia sp.) - a common pitfall. Excellent job!
While the Blastocystis cyst-like forms are the only parasites presents (image 1), I do agree that the pollen is the most striking finding. And very festive as Florida Fan and Idzi mentioned! I will defer the identification of the pollen to the others as this is outside of my area of expertise, but appreciate the time that some readers took to identifying the specific variety shown here.
Stay tuned for a holiday case next week.