Apples and bees

You can’t tell from these pictures, but Cider Hill Farm in Amesbury was deluged with hundreds if not thousands of people on Saturday. We ended up high-tailing it out of there after we were swarmed by bees (not the bees below — at least I don’t think so) while we were trying to eat our apple-cider donuts.

Ready for picking
Amid the apple trees
I kept my distance
Fall flowers

One thought on “Apples and bees

  1. Paul Hutch

    Honey bees rarely swarm around humans, but this time of year yellow jacket’s swarm. They are starting to starve to death, and they love many of the same foods us humans love, especially sweets.

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