1123 – Beekeeping, San Agustin del Pulke

Mexican Silverspot

 

Tiny, wild Mexican marigolds

Floating on Air

Hanging Vines

Hidden beauty

Daisies and Marigolds

Looking across the lake to the hills

Natural Lines

Daisies and Lichen

Fall, Cuitzeo

Not going anywhere

With some help from friends

Beekeeper’s hives

Feeding time

Hive maintenance

Sticky Work

Relax guys, he’s helping

Many hives

Brilliant

Wild Fields

Timeless

Cactus fruits

The path not taken – yet

  • Photowalk
  • San Agustin del Pulke
  • Cuitzeo, Michoacán, México
  • October 24, 2018

My good friend Erick has bees outside of Cuitzeo, a town and lake near the border with the state of Guanajuato. I’ve wanted to go out for a long time so when the opportunity came, I jumped on it. San Agustin del Pulke is a small pueblo on the edge of the lake and Eric’s bees are in a relatively remote area not too far away. There had been some very heavy rains from a hurricane off the coast recently and areas that normally were safe to drive through were very soft. As you can see from the photos, we got stuck.

With the help of some people Erick found in town and their four-wheel drive, we got out of the mud and to the beehives. All is well.

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