...in the golden light of daybreak.
Bee keepers often place their hives at the edge of fields. Sometimes it might be an alfalfa field or like here a cotton field. It's a win-win situation...the bees pollenate the field and the bee keeper gets honey. I was paying close attention to the bees and waiting for the warning signal they give before getting all hot and bothered. If you're out and about and get pinged in the head by a bee, leave the area...quickly. It paid off dating that bee keeper in high school.