Pollen: The Hidden Sexuality of Flowers, by Rob Kesseler
A captivating glimpse into the unseen world around us.
Few of us are aware of the astonishing diversity of the structure of pollen grains.
These grains are enclosed beyond the accessible beauty of the flower until the moment of release, when they are carried by wind, water, or animal vectors to achieve their purpose, which is procreation.
All of this is interwoven with a dazzling array of original images by the authors, created especially for the book. Pollen is a unique interpretation of a magical world that no other book on the subject has ever been able to achieve.
Astonishing, possibly even groundbreaking... beautiful almost beyond description. You've never seen botanical photography quite like this. January Magazine - Linda L. Richards.