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Flow Hive beekeeping inventors in Byron Bay

Father and son Flow Hive co-inventors Stuart and Cedar Anderson with one of their Flow Hive prototypes and a full jar of honey harvested directly from the honeycomb via a spigot at their Broken Head property near Byron Bay, NSW, Australia. Photographed in May 2015 for an article in The New York Times about their invention and success on crowdfunding platform Indiegogo.

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Father and son Flow Hive co-inventors Stuart and Cedar Anderson with one of their Flow Hive prototypes and a full jar of honey harvested directly from the honeycomb via a spigot at their Broken Head property near Byron Bay, NSW, Australia. Photographed in May 2015 for an article in The New York Times about their invention and success on crowdfunding platform Indiegogo.