Posted: 07 Nov 2011 07:06 AM PST
Filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg has spent 35 years watching the natural world through a camera. His film Wings of Life, inspired by the plight of the honeybee, is a remarkable celebration of pollination and the tiny pollinators who keep our world alive:
Here, from his presentation, recorded March 2011 at TED2011 in Long Beach, California, Schwartzberg presents some of the his film’s extraordinaryhigh-speed images of pollinators in action:
If you’d like to watch at full screen size — highly recommended! — just click on the icon in the upper-right of the embedded video player.
(Note: If you’re reading this in an email and can’t see the video player, please visit http://cba.stonehavenlife.com/2011/11/schwartzberg-pollination-film on the Central Beekeepers Alliance website.)
You can learn more about Louie Schwartzberg and the film Wings of Life at www.MovingArt.tv.
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