This image is created from time-lapse photographs of yellow Dahlias made over a period of 99 hours as they flowered.
The Dahlia is one of the most popular garden flowers today. Its many varieties grow in a profusion of shapes, sizes, and colours from tuberous roots, with complex layers of petals in the flower head and leafy stems. The Dahlia is also attributed to complex layers of meaning and significance. They are popular at weddings as a symbol of an everlasting union. In the Victorian era, they came to be associated with the values of elegance, inner strength, creativity, change, and dignity.
Archival pigment print on smooth light gloss Canson Baryta 310gsm art paper.