Linda was out shopping the other day and came across honey. I love honey. Some would say that's good because I'm not sweet enough.
The normal supply is solid honey from Greidanus honey mill by the 3 Kg pail. Some of you might know that absolute honey perfection is crystallized honey, with a bit of liquid still in it. Clover by preference, since that reminds me of the honey my Grandpa made from his bees. I was terrified of bees back then, as fall out from an incident with a wasp's nest, but I loved the honey.
Liquid honey is fine too, and it comes in these lovely colours.
The black lines you see? That's not a defect. That's the upside down reflection of the trees across the road. Plus for a bonus, it's acting as a polarizing filter, showing some detail in the clouds that I couldn't see unless I looked really carefully.
Such rich colour. I didn't tweak the colour at all in Lightroom.
The unexpected treat that I should have realized is that as the honey gets darker, the chance of a selfie goes up.
Plus the house too! Such a bonus for you guys. My learning is that I should have taken the tag off the jar. This is good practice for when I want to photograph my glass paperweights. I've never been happy with any of the photos of them.