Yowza! Twice a year, the Gurung tribe in central Nepal goes on a honey hunting expedition where they risk their lives to harvest honey from the world’s largest honeybee. It’s one of the tribe’s oldest, proudest and most dangerous traditions that have been passed down through generations. Andrew Newey was lucky enough to join in and capture the hunt on film. I get goosebumps just looking at those photos! Brave and scary, don’t you think? xo
P.S: Also, beekeeping Parisian style, and remember those human towers?
P.P.S: Plus, Swedish midsummer celebrations and this Chinese beekeeper who wears a coat of 450 000 live bees!