Summertime, full on beekeeping!
What is a beekeeping story doing on a site for a professional headshot photographer?
I am a beekeeper.
Next to taking photos of humans, capturing images of the daily activities of honeybees is very enjoyable.
Summer is the when honeybees are very busy collecting pollen and nectar. The pollen is their protein source and the nectar is their carbohydrate source, which they turn into beautiful, delicious, liquid gold - honey.
Here is just a little bit of information to delve into the fascinating world of honeybees.
Queen Bee | See the honeybee with the blue dot....that is queen bee, which has been marked by a queen breeder. It makes them easier to spot and helps identify which year they were born.
The queen bee, during summer, can lay up to 1500-2000 eggs a day! Chickens have nothing on honeybees!
Honeybees are extremely efficient and like to keep their homes organized and where they store honey or raise new bees (brood).
Being a beekeeper is a rewarding experience, from enjoying delicious honey to learning about the magical and mysterious world of the honeybees.
- Peter, from Peter Istvan Photography was interviewed by Liana Voia, from Multiple Arts. The conversation delves into the basics of beekeeping (e.g., Beekeeping 101, Beekeeping for beginners) and the transformational effect that professional headshot can have on a person's confidence and self-image.
Peter Istvan Photography
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