I just pulled a few distended frames from a super that is filling up. The honey color is almost clear (shown in the picture on the left). What I pulled last fall was much darker (shown on right). A local producer's clover brand is in the middle. My clear honey was from an overwintered colony that did not get spring feeding. I am in Dutchess County NY (between NYC and Albany) in a small town called Milan. This hive is one of two set in a field of wildlowers but there is tons of forage whichever direction they go. Any idea what would have been in flow in the area over the last month that would have produced this clear of honey?