Ingo Arndt: documenting the hidden lives of honeybees

Bees buzz through a hole in a tree trunk, inside which a colony of thousands has made its home. But they're not alone – they are being observed by a photographer who is seeing into the heart of their nest. This is a wild colony of western honeybees, established in wildlife photographer Ingo Arndt's back garden in Langen, Germany.
Ingo Arndt: documenting the hidden lives of honeybees

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