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Pollination: a bee foraging flowers of ash heather (ethamine in C), 1881 (engraving)

Pollination: a bee foraging flowers of ash heather (ethamine in C), 1881 (engraving)


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Pollination: a bee foraging flowers of ash heather (ethamine in C), 1881 (engraving)

ELD4950780 Pollination: a bee foraging flowers of ash heather (ethamine in C), 1881 (engraving) by Demarle, A. (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Pollination: a bee foraging flowers of ash heather (ethamine in C) (Pollination of a flower of heather by a bee) Engraving from " La nature et l'homme" by Rengade); Photo © The Holbarn Archive

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This engraving from 1881, titled "Pollination: a bee foraging flowers of ash heather (ethamine in C)", showcases the delicate relationship between bees and flowers. Created by A. Demarle, a talented artist of the 19th century, this print captures the essence of nature's harmony. In this enchanting scene, a vibrant bee hovers gracefully over the stunning blooms of ash heather. The intricate details of each petal and wing are brought to life through Demarle's skilled craftsmanship. The colors burst forth with vibrancy, creating an atmosphere that transports us to a sun-drenched meadow buzzing with life. The image not only celebrates the beauty of these tiny creatures but also highlights their crucial role as pollinators. Bees diligently collect nectar from flowers like these ash heathers, unknowingly transferring pollen grains as they go about their work. This symbiotic relationship ensures the survival and reproduction of countless plant species. Engraved within "La nature et l'homme" by Rengade, this artwork is a testament to humanity's fascination with botany and natural history during the 19th century. It serves as both an educational tool and an aesthetic delight. As we gaze upon this remarkable piece, we are reminded of our interconnectedness with nature and how even the smallest creatures play vital roles in maintaining our ecosystems. Let us cherish these moments captured in time and appreciate all that Mother Nature has bestowed upon us.

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