Here’s a photo of me working on what is probably the largest hive I’ve ever had to deal with since I began beekeeping in 2010. (I’ve created a special tag just for this hive, Giant Hive 2021, so everything I’ve written about it can be viewed in sequence.)
This is Flatrock on the Isle of Newfoundland, not far where my honey bees live. One-third of my bees’ foraging area is this ocean, the North Atlantic Ocean, gently kissed by the The Labrador Current, one of the coldest currents in North America. Perfect for honey bees.
This one-minute video was shot in 4K, so go ahead and blast the full-screen high-resolution mode.