The Hidden Beauty of Seeds & Fruits is a series of beautiful, high magnification photographs, that capture some of the complex shapes, texture, and adaptations of the botanical world.
The project is created by photographer Levon Biss and exhibits specimens from the collections of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.
Using unique techniques, Levon is able to capture these tiny botanical specimens in levels of detail too small to view for the naked eye. This provides the audience with an insight into an unseen world.
The aim of The Hidden Beauty of Seeds & Fruits is to:
• Increase awareness of the wonders of the botanical world through the art of photography.
• Challenge our understanding of seeds & fruits.
• Provide a platform to discuss biodiversity and conservation.
• Inspire the next generation of artists, botanists, and scientists.