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Pregnant Woman Poses With 20,000 Live Bees For Crazy Maternity Photoshoot
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Pregnant Woman Poses With 20,000 Live Bees For Crazy Maternity Photoshoot

Emily Mueller is the beautiful mother-to-be who shocked the internet with her unique, yet frightening maternity photos hoot idea.

The ‘Mueller Honey Bee’ is a company run by Emily and her husband. It opened its doors in 2015 with the mission to save the bees. Based in Ohio, USA, company works with various products related to this medium, such as the sale of honey.

One of the company’s job is relocating colonies and hives that appear in undesirable places. And it was the bees rescued from a park Emily used in her photographs.

The images were shot by Kendrah Damis and shared on her Facebook page.

More info: kendrahdamisphotography.com

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Tess G
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5 years ago

Un-BEE-lievable! :D No? Okay. I'll see myself out...

John L
Community Member
5 years ago

No, you beat me to it, and you deserve "up votes" for it. You should BEE at the top of the hive for that post.

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Nancy E
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5 years ago

I'm all for saving the bees , after all, I'm a gardener , but, this is foolish

John L
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5 years ago

Not around a professional. When I lived in E.Tennessee, I did a job at a bee farm, and naturally I was curious about all this. The owners told me that they almost never get stung, because the bees are docile, loving, and know them personally. Bees are smart, and if a keeper moves slowly, wears clean clothes that are very light colored, and does not radiate fear, there is no problem. This lady is wearing white, which were clean. As long as she doesn't act in an aggressive manner, she's safe. In fact, they will defend her if attacked. I learned an awful lot about these little critters in that week at the bee farm, and I have had many honey bees land on me and feel comfortable. If you don't threaten their nest, and act calmly, whats to worry about? Besides, I'll bet she is completely immune to bee venom.

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Willie D'Kay
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5 years ago

If she is a bee keeper or the wife or a beekeeper, I can understand this to a point. If she is an etymologist, I can understand this to a point. But as a mother who has suffered losses I think she's a crazy idiot for engaging in possibly risky behavior for the safety of her child.

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Tess G
Community Member
5 years ago

Un-BEE-lievable! :D No? Okay. I'll see myself out...

John L
Community Member
5 years ago

No, you beat me to it, and you deserve "up votes" for it. You should BEE at the top of the hive for that post.

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Nancy E
Community Member
5 years ago

I'm all for saving the bees , after all, I'm a gardener , but, this is foolish

John L
Community Member
5 years ago

Not around a professional. When I lived in E.Tennessee, I did a job at a bee farm, and naturally I was curious about all this. The owners told me that they almost never get stung, because the bees are docile, loving, and know them personally. Bees are smart, and if a keeper moves slowly, wears clean clothes that are very light colored, and does not radiate fear, there is no problem. This lady is wearing white, which were clean. As long as she doesn't act in an aggressive manner, she's safe. In fact, they will defend her if attacked. I learned an awful lot about these little critters in that week at the bee farm, and I have had many honey bees land on me and feel comfortable. If you don't threaten their nest, and act calmly, whats to worry about? Besides, I'll bet she is completely immune to bee venom.

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Willie D'Kay
Community Member
5 years ago

If she is a bee keeper or the wife or a beekeeper, I can understand this to a point. If she is an etymologist, I can understand this to a point. But as a mother who has suffered losses I think she's a crazy idiot for engaging in possibly risky behavior for the safety of her child.

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