This is our second year of extracting honey and I saw something that I have a couple of questions on. When looking at one of the combs with light behind it most of the comb was beautifully light yellow with white cappings over it. But an area of the comb appeared to be much darker and hard to see through. In using a toothpick to investigate it looked like those cells contained what appeared to be pollen. Do bees cap over their pollen? My concern was that something had infected the cells and that I was just mistaking it for pollen. How does any of this effect the honey that is removed and bottled?