Farmers harvest honey in the fields around the ancient ruins of Ani. They will intentionally harvest honey at different altitudes because it tastes different. They frequently move their beehives to have the bees pollenate different flowers. The beekeepers live in tents and live a semi-nomadic lifestyle, frequently moving their beehives to different fields.
A local family expands their home in a village near the main ruins of Ani. Locals still use materials found in the area to construct their buildings.
A local woman living next to the ruins of Ani prepares sheep milk to be turned into cheese. Locals living in this region still live in many ways their ancestors have for hundreds of years. This woman prepares the cheese in the big metal basin and then stores it in the sheep skin to curdle and become cheese.