You may remember when he came to my house to film my bees. At that time we talked about my helping mentor him as he gets started in beekeeping. So today he called so that he and I could plan what he needed to order to get his bee endeavor started. In the course of the conversation, he mentioned that he had just watched the movie, "More Than Honey," on Netflix.
As anyone who is watching the news knows, Atlanta is shut down with the onset of the snow this afternoon. Just about all businesses let their employees go home at about 2:00 so instead of rush hour happening over about a 2 hour period, everyone left at the same time. Sadly, there are people still trying to get home (it's 11:25 at night now) and the Interstates are clogged and stopped. Some school children have never gotten home today and are either spending the night at school or terribly enough, are stuck on the highway in their school buses.
Luckily I live about a mile from my office. I also left at 2:10 and I didn't get home (a typical five minute drive) until 2:55! Incredible.
So I am in my warm house and tonight decided to watch a gorgeously filmed movie: "More Than Honey."
If you have a chance, watch this movie. There are lots of movies out there right now about how the bees are in trouble. They all interview a commercial beekeeper, a scientist, a backyard beekeeper, etc. This one is no different in how it covers this issue, but it is SO different in how intimately it is filmed.
Here's the movie's Facebook page and here is a page about the movie. For a lovely bee experience, see this film. The filmakers say that they went around the world four times to film this movie and the quality of it attests to that.
Yes, I loved this movie! So beautiful.ReplyDelete
I'm a first time beekeeper in Portland, OR. Unfortunately my experience hasn't been the greatest, though I do really live my bees!! We discovered v. Mites 6 weeks ago and started using apiguard around the same time we should've added our 2nd deep but had to wait so the meds could be near the bees. Our queen has stopped laying and the bees filled the brood frames with honey and they're n