Auga Alta Series

How does pollen get from one flower to another? Flowers must rely on vectors to move pollen. These vectors can include wind, water, birds, insects, butterflies, bats, and other animals that visit flowers. We call animals or insects that transfer pollen from plant to plant “pollinators”.

Pollination is usually the unintended consequence of an animal’s activity on a flower. The pollinator is often eating or collecting pollen for its protein and other nutritional characteristics or it is sipping nectar from the flower when pollen grains attach themselves to the animal’s body. When the animal visits another flower for the same reason, pollen can fall off onto the flower’s stigma and may result in successful reproduction of the flower.

Available in the following forms:

Limited edition Lambda Chromogenic Print mounted on Dibond with UV Acrylic

  • 24 x 36 in (61 x 94 cm) Edition Size: 12
  • 40 x 60 in (101 x 152 cm) Edition of 8
  • 48 x 72 in (122 x 183 cm) Edition of 7

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