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Based in Surrey, England, Heather Angel was a marine biologist before becoming a wildlife photographer. She has previously been president of the Royal Photographic Society and is currently a visiting professor at Nottingham University.
"Photographer Angel has traveled the world to document how plants attract pollinators. Her mesmerizing images showcase magenta hibiscus trumpets in Hawaii, stubbly Arabian starflower stamens and pollen-covered bees in Tajikistan, as well as beetles, butterflies and birds swooping in to feed. Angel's words highlight the various ways flowers communicate with such creatures. For instance, some plants change color to signal that their pollen is ready, and others open and close petals with precise timing to allow and deny entry. The photographs and text are all tied together in a gorgeous large-format book."--Scientific American "A wonderfully lavish new book....Angel not only studied her own garden, she visited 20 countries in her quest to photograph pollinators. Her photographs, which use photo stacking and ultra violet flash, capture the moment when bats, birds, moths, and butterflies connect. It's an exceptional book."--Limited Edition