Seeing Seeds Photo Essay: Plant Photography at Its Finest

Allow Robert Llewellyn’s stunning plant photography to take you on a journey into the beautiful, complex, and up-close world of seeds. 

By Teri Dunn Chase, Photos by Robert Llewellyn
Fall 2016

A centuries-old saying goes, “Great oaks from little acorns grow.” But as Seeing Seeds reveals, there is much more to a seed than the plant it will someday become: Seeds, seedheads, pods, and fruits have their own astounding beauty that rivals, and sometimes even surpasses, the beauty of flowers.

In the pages of Robert Llewellyn and Teri Dunn Chace’s stunning book, you’ll gain an understanding of how seeds are formed and dispersed, why they look the way they do, and how they fit into the environment. Seeing Seeds will take you to strange and wonderful places. When you return, it’s safe to say that you’ll never look at a seed the same way again.

Honesty seed closeup



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