With Us Behind the Scenes: Photographing The Ritz Carlton Bees

We’ve often heard people say that their jobs are great because no two days are alike. Here lies the beauty of working at a local magazine–not only is every single day different, they’re all full of adventures! To prove this point, we’re interrupting our production schedule to bring you the best thing we’ve seen all day: a photo of Assistant Editor Shane Donglasan in a beekeeper’s suit.

SRQ Assistant Editor Shane Donglasan is decked out in a beekeeper's suit for an upcoming story in the August issue of SRQ Magazine. Photo credit: Kaye Warr

SRQ Assistant Editor Shane Donglasan is decked out in a beekeeper’s suit for an upcoming story in SRQ Magazine.      Photo credit: Kaye Warr, contributing editor

 

Shane recently visited The Ritz Carlton, Sarasota golf course in Lakewood Ranch for the very first harvesting of honey from their bee colonies. The Ritz Carlton has big plans for this local honey – everything from spa treatments to specialty cocktails. Look for an article about these bees that live local in the upcoming “50 Things We Love About SRQ” edition coming this September. It promises to bring the buzz.

Shane assists in the first collection of honey at The Ritz Carlton Golf Course. Photo credit: Kaye Warr

Shane assists in the first collection of honey at The Ritz Carlton Golf Course. Photo credit: Kaye Warr

To read more about the bees, honey and this sweet initiative, subscribe to be the first to receive the “50 Things We Love About SRQ” edition of SRQ Magazine which hits newsstands in September.

Until then, we’ll be busy as, well…, bees bringing you the very best that region has to offer.

The SRQ Team

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