Honey Lavender Cheesecake. Both sweet and refreshing, this cheesecake will virtually take you to Provence in the south of France! | Del's cooking twist

Both sweet and refreshing, this cheesecake will virtually take you to Provence in the south of France!

Bonnet veil with bees and flowers. France, mid-19th century

Bonnet veil with bees and flowers. France, mid-19th century

Inspired by Napoleonic France, the noble bee was once a symbol of power, prestige and resurrection—making these fashionable fliers eternally chic.

Inspired by Napoleonic France, the noble bee was once a symbol of power, prestige and resurrection—making these fashionable fliers eternally chic.- i love my bee pillow!

Welcome to the Bee Hotel ::  Place des Jardins  in Paris ( http://www.arkinspace.com/2012/06/welcome-to-bee-hotel.html )

Welcome to the Bee Hotel :: Place des Jardins Paris (Bees are my favourite insect.

Gordes

Abbaye de Senaque, near Gordes a commune in the Vaucluse département in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in southeastern France.

Whimsical Architectural Beehive (Sold) Weathered Painted Wood and Zinc  France, c.1880  46.00" high x 36.00" wide x 24.00" deep

Whimsical Architectural Beehive (Sold) Weathered Painted Wood and Zinc France…

Art Nouveau bee brooch (jewellery), (?by Gautrait), France, 1900, gold, pearl, enamel.

Gautrait 1900 Hornet Brooch: 18 Karat Gold & Enamel w/Diamonds & Baroque Pearls

Carpenter Bee by Jean Marie Mouveroux  Xylocopa violacea readily identified by its color. Carpenters bees are about 25 mm, glossy black all over, with sparse black hairs. Taken at Le Perreux sur Marne, Ile-de-France, France.

Carpenter Bee by Jean Marie (Mouveroux Xylocopa violacea) readily identified by its color. Carpenters bees are about 25 mm, glossy black all over, with sparse black hairs. Taken at Le Perreux sur Marne, Ile-de-France, France.

Napoleonic Bee - a symbol of immortality and resurrection dating back to Egyptian times. The bee was chosen by Napoleon to link his dynasty to the very origins of France. Bees were considered the oldest emblem of the sovereigns of France.

Bees: Napoleonic ~ a symbol of immortality and resurrection dating back to Egyptian times. The bee was chosen by Napoleon to link his dynasty to the very origins of France. Bees were considered the oldest emblem of the sovereigns of France.

Bees in the Ribeauvillé region of France confused apiarists recently by making blue and green coloured honey.

notmyvirginears: A French bee colony has been eating M&M candy waste which has made their honey blue and green — here’s one of those honeycombs

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