What a beautiful photo...makes me feel warm and fuzzy. I bet that honey is delicious!! Big fluffy biscuits with melting butter and a drizzle of honey over the top. Oh my!
Mary I know you had bees for a brief time a while back. I have been keeping honeybees for 3 years now, having anywhere from 4 to 6 hives at any given time- that changes as I make new hives or combine old ones etc. Right now going into winter I have 4 full sized hives- I just combined two smaller ones into one hive last month so they'd be stronger over the winter.
I also raise native/mason bees in nesting boxes on my kitchen porch. They are just so sweet to have buzzing to and from the porch, and they never sting (unlike honeybees, which can be a bit unpredictable when annoyed).
Oh did you say you needed my address? LOL Nice haul. Love me some HONEY on biscuits, toast, and by the spoonful. Sure do love me some honey, sounds like a great song title to me. Great Pic.
Now is when you have to watch out for heffalumps and woozles...just sayin'...
Thanks everyone! Actually, I had to wait several days before I could take a pic of the honey because it's been cloudy, and I knew it would be great to get the sun shining through the honey jars.
When we bought our house, Brian and I brought a beeswax candle with us to the paint store so that we could accurately pick our indoor wall paint to match....that's how much we love the color of beeswax and honey!
Carrie... biscuits ...now you've got me thinking, I think I even have all the ingredients!
Strum that is a BEAUTIFUL picture. The color of the honey with the suns rays shining through and the wonderful knoty pine wood work. The honey alone is great but the picture is wonderful.
It's so pretty!!
Wow! I know it takes a TON of dedication to do that, but it HAS to be a great feeling of satisfaction to see such a beautiful setting of the end result.