🐥 This was me & my Daddy Chicken, He was THE cutest Easter chick I have ever seen & Sir Dylan bought him at only a few days old for me after a miscarriage... he was the BEST & I have such happy memories of him wandering around Rose Cottage, he was even bigger than one of our dogs!!! He died of old age a year ago 😭 Thank you for the pic @ali__dover ❤️❤️❤️
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All shades of the rainbow. Probably the saddest part about mass production of honey is the blending that takes place. It doesn't make it necessarily an inferior product, but it's inevitable that the more sources you mix together the more uniform it all looks. Go to the supermarket and you'll see what I mean.
It reminds me of mixing colours in junior art. You'd start with a bit of white and red and it'd be pink. Add some blue and you have some shade of purple! All excited you slam in a few more colours and all you end up with is brown. No matter what you tried after that it was just brown!
These three jars are small batch harvests from our hives. Taken after a flow in small quantities you get to isolate the source of the nectar and capture its beauty. It creates a rainbow of floral appreciation. Three jars of honey, all from honey produced by bees in November/December 2018 and all within 40km of each other. Spectacular!
The lighter two will be my first attempt at entering a honey competition next month ❤️🍯🐝 ==>Double Tap and Tag your friend<==
Bee March H Y P E R L A P S E!
Here we filmed two perspectives on this 🐝 march. This particular hive was swarming and decided to land on a palm tree to rest 🌴. It was so windy that they were blown onto the ground - when we arrived, a pancake of bees were hanging off the curb! We found the queen quite fast and the rest followed - and we were able to give them a new home 🌻