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Sunday, April 22, 2007

Video of my beeyard

This is a video of my beeyard on the deck behind my house. I set up a tripod with my digital camera on it to film the activity at Proteus. I love how golden the bees look in the sun.

Since I took this in the middle of the afternoon and wasn't fully suited, I didn't take the camera closer to the other two hives because I didn't want to walk, carrying the tripod, through the buzzing busy flight paths. (I usually go behind a tree on the deck to go to the other hives when Proteus is this active.)

It's fun to hear and see the bees buzzing!


Hope you enjoyed it!

4 comments:

  1. What an fabulous blog. From reading your posts in the bee forum you really seem much more knowledgable thatn a newbee...Wow, where did you obtain all of your knowledge? Thanks for sharing your experiences! Beautiful!

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  2. Anonymous9:20 PM

    Loved this video. I also admire your bee blog and check it daily. You have been an inspiration to me. thank you Linda.

    Annette from Placerville California

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  3. Boy! Linda your bee hives are building up strong. I really enjoyed the video and getting to see someone else bees in action. :) Thank you for sharing.

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  4. Wow! Your Proteus hive is really active--it's good to see that as a reference, so if my hive gets that busy, I know that that is normal.

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