{Yield by Homeland}

Monday, August 12, 2013



A special thanks to my best for making this video possible.
She's got more talent than 50,000 honeybees making 30 frames of capped honey.
Happy Monday, brave ones!

19 comments:

Life in the Enchanted Forest said...

So serene, so joyful, so beautiful!

Robyn said...

Amazing!

Nan said...

Beautiful! What tea are you drinking?

thesirenstale said...

Love this video! It's the perfect song to go along with the "feel" of the video. I am so interested in beekeeping. Love these glances into it :)

Hannah said...

This is wonderful! My parents just started getting into bee keeping and I can't wait to learn more! Thanks for the inspiration!
What was the song used in this video! I love it

Anonymous said...

This is so beautifully done! You look great. Thank you for sharing - and I wish you could send some of that delicious looking honey right over to my dinner table!
*Katharina

Dana said...

Just beautiful : )

Alysa said...

I love this Em!

amanda said...

This made me feel all sorts of peaceful. Thanks for sharing the beauty of your life with the world; I always leave your blog feeling more hopeful and inspired!

Jayne said...

What's the song in the background? Love your aqua hive and so very jealous of your bees :)

Today's Letters said...

Eyes Wider Than Before by Scott Matthews!

Anonymous said...

Fun to see the detailed process to extract the honey. Sometime in the future please consider sharing how long it actually takes (start to finish), to harvest the honey and what the yield is? Also how often do you do it and is it a year round endeavor. I'm curious about the process even though I could never have bees where I live. Thanks.

Clare said...

You are so happy! This evoked lots of memories of my childhood and beekeeping with my father.

Today's Letters said...

nan, chai!
anony, harvesting honey is a 3-5 hour process that we sometimes like to do over a couple of days. we harvest around 2 gallons of honey 4x's a year. the bottom two boxes are full of over 90lbs of honey but we leave those as food for the bees in winter. we only rob the top to shallow boxes.

Whitney said...

This process is so beautiful. You are both so beautiful. Thank you for sharing this with us, friends!!! xoxo

Anonymous said...

Beautiful and scary :)ya both are so talented! - Trac

Jana said...

Salivating, that was beautiful!

Darby said...

Just now sitting at a computer to watch..... AWESOME! Great capture, Mols!!! Love every second of it!

Mary said...

What a beautiful video! I watched it twice because it made me feel so calm :)

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