Flowers And The Beauty of Pollination

 

Louie Schwartzberg has some amazing videos on Youtube, the Wings of Life, Pollination, Fantastic Fungi, and more. It is hard to imagine how much time and energy it took for Schwartzberg and his team to create such an extraordinary video for us to enjoy. Hope you have 4 minute to watch the moving art in great details.

WPC: Earth: This week, let’s celebrate this planet on which we live!

This is my third post for this week’s earth theme. Thank you so much for your like clicks and comments on the previous posts. 🙂

59 thoughts on “Flowers And The Beauty of Pollination

  1. Dearest Amy, it has been such a pleasure to enjoy your beautiful Earth themes this week, thank you so much. Your pollination tribute is wonderful. It is such a miraculous process, isn’t it? And the film. I’m so glad I devoted four minutes to this absolutely incredible piece of art. Aerial-rolling hummingbirds, chrysalis-opening monarchs, and OMG the ballet of the bat. Thank you.

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    • Thank you so much for your thoughtful comment, my dear friend! These details of movements show us the beauty of nature is beyond what we can actually see. Thank you for letting me share it with you. 🙂 🙂

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    • She is so right! Your comment reminds me that a friend of mine who majored Fine Arts in college, told me that they were told to go to park and garden to get ideas to create/design jewelry. 🙂
      Thank you for visiting, Brenda!

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  2. Good morning, Amy. Beautiful flower photos! They brought me to a magical world making me feel “pretty”, which I don’t think the real flowers would. 😉
    Great video. It’s wonderful that we have talented people who are willing to spend time to produce video like this so we can all enjoy watching it. Thanks for sharing.
    I couldn’t help but thinking of my young sister, who had hand-pollinated her zucchini like vegetable year after year. 😉
    Have a wonderful day!

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