Working across 20 different countries, at Kew Gardens in London or in her own garden, Heather Angel has captured images that provide an intriguing insight into how flowers communicate with their pollinators.
Heather Angel is an internationally renowned nature photographer and will talk about the fascinating ways flowers entice, or reject, pollinators. She will illustrate her talk with her amazing close-up and flash photography. Heather is the past President of the Royal Photographic Society and received an honorary Doctorate from Bath University. This will be a rare treat for nature lovers and conservationists.
The image is a quadtych of Lantana that shows colour change of individual flowers after pollination and is a visual signal to pollinators revealing which offer rewards by Heather Angel FRPS
Tickets cost £5 for adults and £3 for under 18’s and are available from Bath Box Office, Bath Visitor Information Centre, Abbey Churchyard, Bath BA1 1LY
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This talk accompanies the Bath Society of Botanical Artists' exhibition Pollination in Action: Blooms, Butterflies and Bees which takes place at BRLSI from 10 - 28 September, 10am - 4pm daily except Sundays.
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