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a MEDITATIVE urban hum

LISTENING to the satisfying buzz of hundreds of thousands of tiny winged bodies in the air is something you don’t forget in a hurry. A warm blue sky is dotted with European honey bees from the 15 or so hives I’m standing amongst This results in a meditative-like contentment — and a quiet confidence that perhaps might not have been there if I wasn’t head-to-toe in a bee-keeping suit. Like this, I’m

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