The clarity of your honey will probably vary depending on what the nectar source is and how much pollen and other fine particles are in it. After letting it set for a while to float all of the wax, bee and other relatively large particles I don't think you can clear it up any further without doing fancy or sophisticated filtration that would make it "sparkle" with clarity, but it will still magically and beautifully transmit light through a jar of it and show off its glowing color.
The little air bubble will gradually rise to the top.
Crushing your first frame is an awsome treat - finally.. some production from all of your planning and effort. And of course a little work from the bees to.
When you get more than a couple of frames you will need to get a little better at crush and strain. I did 17 deep frames last year which was a banner year for me. All I can say is God Bless the nice lady on here (and i'm afraid I don't remember who it was) who suggested using a potato masher for the crushing. That was a tip that helped me out a lot. The straining I did over a stainless screen kitchen strainer that I sat in a large bowl.
Have fun and let us know how it turns out. Hint hint...pics are really cool
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