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    My good friend Myles took me to a secluded spot to show me his 15 Bee hives. I stuck my finger into a comb as it oozed out. Being Spring time, the honey was almost transparent, a light yellow. As I took a lick, I redefined the definition of jaw-dropping. It was a fruity sweet taste like nothing else. I asked Myles to kindly hold it in a way to try and capture the beauty. Myles humorously raised it high and replied, " Should I hold it like Simba?" I thought this was the perfect representation.
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    Such an interesting frame and I love the idea of you photographing this scene from the back. A great and creative idea when it comes to photographing a beekeeper and a bee hive. The light is excellent and I love how it reflects off of the beekeeper headgear and the honeycombs.

    Matt Adams
    Senior Producer, Nat Geo Your Shot
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    Date Taken: Jun 27, 2017
    Date Uploaded: Jun 28, 2017
    Location: Saint Charles, Missouri, United States
    Camera: Canon EOS REBEL T5i
    Focal Length: 60 mm
    Shutter Speed: 1/160 sec
    Aperture: f/5
    ISO: 100
    Copyright: © Nicholas Huber
    Categories: Nature
    Contests: 2017 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year