Tuesday, May 25, 2010

the remaining hives


How can you not be in awe by the intricacy of a honeycomb?

5 comments:

Sue said...

I use to have bees that would return each year to a birdhouse I had in my yard. After contacting to girls in So.County that rescue bees, they were telling me that the bees return every year to the same place. Seems they follow the queen bee. So, this year I had the bee rescue girls take the bees and the birdhouse. Now they are safe, and making honey. Love the pictures of the honeycombs, amazing!

Take care,
Sue

The Four Tides said...

Bees are a paradigm of efficient living, and that they hail to a queen is progressive yet classic. xo

FrenchBlue said...

j,
I have searched for this for years! I LOVE IT!!!God's art!! Are these at the Tides? Is it possible to get it when they are gone? Pretty please let me know~
XO

Ozma of Odds said...

...oh! One of my favorite books is "The Keeper of the Bee's" by Gene Stratton-Porter, and I would love to have a few bee hive someday!!! Yes, this truely is a work of God's art!!!
xo, Rosemary

Beach House Living said...

Wow, it is amazing looking. Scary so many live in them but they are like a work of art.