I scraped off a large amount of burr comb full of honey from one of our nucs during a hive inspection recently. I left it on top of the inner cover afterwards so the bees could eat up the honey. This is what the burr comb looked like a couple days later.

The bees took all the honey from the comb and then began working on the comb, sealing it to the wood and creating a set for a yet-to-be-produced science fiction film.

See more photos in the Science Fiction Honey Comb photo album.

One Response to “Science Fiction Honey Comb”

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  1. Rusty says:

    To me it looks like cliff dwellings–past not future. Nice shot.

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