more than honey

The bee-lover in me simply had to reblog this post from Sigrun. Bees are extraordinarily beautiful creatures, often overlooked as merely ordinary. Hoping to raise awareness of their beauty and total necessity.

sub rosa

political art (cont.):



More Than Honey (2012) 

The documentary More than Honey is an in-depth look at honeybee colonies in California, Switzerland, China and Australia. Without the pollination provided by honey bees an incalculable amount of the food we eat would simply not be produced. Oscar-nominated documentary maker Marcus Imhoof – grandson of a professional beekeeper – investigates this critical issue in More than Honey.



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4 thoughts on “more than honey

    • Yes, it has been on the radar here for years and it’s something my son and I have been following. There is real cause for concern. Your country is more on top of it than my own, I’m afraid, based on some things I’ve heard/read/seen recently.

  1. I just discovered your blog from beautiful kayekie and my oh my, its so beautiful,
    I;ve never been afraid of bees (I’ve never been stung either) but yes I agree. There’s just something so regal(?) (a lack of a better word) about them. 🙂 thanks for sharing

    • Hi Steph! Thanks so much for stopping by.

      Bees fascinate me — I think the are gorgeous, glorious creatures, and your word, REGAL, is absolutely perfect.

      I’m glad you like the blog. I juggle two, so sometimes I post more to one than the other. But I do hope you will come back and visit more often. 🙂

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