Hive Photos

I have been seriously neglecting this space lately–lots of live action life stuff going on this summer! So, to keep things lively, here are a few photos from my last venture into the bee hive.

Frame with Honey & Pollen

A frame without too much development--mostly just honey and a little stored pollen. Notice the worker flying in the top left side of the image!

This frame is full of open brood (not capped); it's probably full of eggs the camera can't capture.

This frame is full of open brood (not capped); it's probably full of eggs the camera can't capture.

This frame shows more capped brood, with honey stores on the right.

This frame shows more capped brood, with honey stores on the right.

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2 responses to “Hive Photos

  1. Hi! I was searching for homesteading blogs on wordpress and stumbled upon yours. My husband and I are in our first year of homesteading and we would LOVE to keep bees. I wasn’t having luck with searching your older posts– did you make this bee box yourself?

    Sara

    • alwayshungryab

      No, I ordered this box from Brushy Mountain. I think they sell box parts that you put together yourself, but I bought this one already assembled (I was getting a late start in season).

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