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Now... for my thread - lol. Talking about interesting things in a hive, I'm going to be adding (occasionally) a night-vision color mini-cam I have into my hives this Season. I'll set it up to refresh images on my site somewhere - give you a link later.
But I'll be interested how they react to the infarred lighting and shear fact this cam (the size of a baby's fist) is in their hive. It's focus is razor sharp literally to the lens - I could focus on a bee egg with sharp detail, but I'll keep it focused to about 1/2 inch range to allow bees walking by to look focused.
I'll be doing OUT OF HIVE experiments - I want to follow a queen cell being drawn out with the cam so everyone (30 second refreshing still images) can catch a queen cell being made. Then assemble the images and make a short movie of it, which will look really cool in time lapse.
Just some thoughts, in a pretty active topic!
Durwood is new to the forum and glad to see him/her active in here - the profile says STUDENT and I want you to know that Students are a very important subject (no pun intended) to me - they are the next generation of Beekeepers and a valued asset to this forum.
I have been a mentor (read about young Fred in my original logbook section - who is now 18) I have mentored him for many years. Adults can make or break the spirit of the young, and I have seen first hand how people can harm their children - treat the young with love and respect and they will become good adults you also treat the young with love and respect. There I go threading again.