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Starting Small

Sure, big is beautiful, but some of the most fascinating things in the world go on without our even noticing. Take flowers, for example. Every day the flowers in your garden undergo dramatic transformations. Petals that are closed and wet with the morning dew slowly open and turn toward the sun. Pollinating insects visit for a nice snack while inchworms slowly travel up the stem. At night, the leaves fold shut while the tender bud prepares for another day. Rain, sunlight, even the occasional early-season snowstorm can radically transform a flower (Figure 11.7).

Figure 11.7. When shot at a macro level, snow on a flower bud (top left) or rain on leaves (top right) can radically transform the way we see a plant.



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