Snapshot: Wild Kenyan Honey

2 February 2012


Looking down a hollow tree trunk. They’re used as beehives by the farmers of Eastern Kenya and that inset on the right is a nugget of fresh, unprocessed honey. It tastes sublime… pure and rich. The hollow logs are hung from baobab trees and the honey they produce provide supplemental income for the farmers. I bought a jar of refined Kenyan honey and a tub of honeycombs from this female farmer that I’m interviewing and collecting soil samples from for my research. [Shot in Feb 2012, using a Canon 50D/Sigma 10-20 mm]