Like a parachute, the seed of a dandelion sails across a meadow, leaving its flower-mother in search of emancipation.
A Monarch caterpillar emerges from the minuscule egg its mother carefully attached underneath a milkweed leaf. As a pupa, it will dream about flying away.
A baby opossum crawls up on its mother´s back, leaving her pouch. Hanging on tight, it slowly starts developing the idea of letting go.
A human mother patiently teaches her son to walk, preparing him to one day walk away from her.
Nature’s inventiveness for expanding, multiplying, and spreading its species takes countless different forms.