This is how honey is made here. A trailer is loaded with these special boxes. Each box has frames with honeycombs in it. The truck is driven from place to place so the bees can collect honey from trees or plants which are flowering at the time. Later, when the combs are filled with honey, the caps are cut off, and the frame is placed in a metal container in a centrifuge and spun to release the honey. We buy ours straight from the honey maker, but these photos were taken on a road trip in July. You can see one of the metal containers on the ground in front of the wagon. For sale together with the honey are freshly picked peaches, and probably some kind of herb tea, possibly for medicinal use. Note how the blanket or carpet is draped over the open trunk to keep the jars of honey from getting too hot. The various honeys are from different locations. I think the very pale one may be wildflower honey. мед (pronounced myode) is honey.