Haarkon are visual storytellers Magnus and India. Together, they run a hugely popular blog showcasing their spectacular photographs, which capture the contrasts between nature and architecture. Haarkon recently visited the University of Sheffield to photograph the plant science labs at the Arthur Willis Environment Centre and the Sir David Read Controlled Environment Facility.
These £15million facilities enable us to improve our understanding of plants so that we can help solve problems in the global food and agriculture industries. Our research supports innovative ways of identifying sustainable and efficient food sources, spanning topics from the genome to the atmosphere.
Haarkon have shared lots of the photographs they took, like the ones above, in a new post on their site. Read it here.