The bloodroot has a brilliant white flower that stands out in the early spring woodland. Its flowers bloom for about a week during which time bees get nectar and in return spread pollen to nearby plants.
Technical: shot with Canon C100 and 180 mm macro. recorded at 60 fps and processed at 30 fps to slow the wind blown flowers and better show the bees. The waveform monitor was used extensively to maintain whites.
Music by Kevin MacLeod
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