Biomimicry Ballet

Meet the photographer to the book Biomimicry with Theo & Tuva”- Ann-Margrethe.

Here she practising “Biomimicry Ballet”. A wonderfully healthy way to experience nature while pondering over ideas inspired by nature.

That children who understand nature are better at taking care of it is perhaps not so strange. Some children lack experience of nature and then nature becomes frightening instead of a source of inspiration and a quiet peaceful place for recovery.

Biomimicry is a fantastic tool for making young people understand the secrets of nature. Spending time in the garden, a park or the forest is a wonderful way to stop and reflect. Use the inspiration to play with ideas. Developing sustainable innovations inspired by nature is necessary for our survival.

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