Sometimes Combs Aren't Just For Hair

This past fall we found a beautiful abandoned bee hive that the kids were able to inspect, bring to school and to cubs scouts to show everyone else.

We love how perfect it is with it's symetrical hexagons and newspaper colored layers. So very cool!

Goddess was not afraid to carry it around safely knowing that it was vacant.

ABC Wednesday


Ann said...

Very COOL photography. Such an intricate and delicate creation.

Reader Wil said...

How clever bees are! Thanks for showing these photos!
Wil, ABCW Team

Roger Owen Green said...

Nice design, though I fret for vacant beehives. where did the bees go?

Maria Gagliano said...

I don't know Roger but we were curious as well.

Maria Gagliano said...

Thanks Wil! Bees are interesting creatures.

Maria Gagliano said...

Thanks Ann! We found this interesting as well and kept it for a while showing it off as much as we could

Leslie: said...

Very cool, although I still have memories of picking up what I thought was a dead bee, but it must have just been sleeping - I got stung!

abcw team

Powell River Books said...

Actually I believe that's a hornet's nest. We have them try to build their nests near our cabin. They are highly protective of their nest and have extremely painful stings. Unlike bees, they can sting more than once. - Margy

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