Photo using a Nikon manual SLR of Datura flower blooming near Flagstaff, AZ.
Flower out of Garden
This photo was taken in bright afternoon light, but through a canopy of leaves. The baobab flower had been partially eaten by a ring-tailed lemur, and then a spider was taking a wasp away.
While strolling in downtown Warsaw, my wife was smelling real roses, then an iron one.
Five-year-old Katy was drawn to the pretty yellow flowers that grow along the walking path near our home.
Rhododendron in full bloom and light rays on a gorgeous summer day from the top of Jane Bald in the Roan Highlands. Light rays beaming down over the rhododendron in bloom was a spectacular sight to see in person, making for an incredible view from...
Late evening shot, sun low & behind subject (wildflower Jack-in-the-pulpit).
Also labeled: Nature
Wine Jug, flowers
My cousin's five-year-old daughter Alexandra was fascinated with the lovely wildflowers that grow along our walking path.
In a studio using only light from a window and a reflector
Last night at fish camp/end of the season. Sunset looking out over the Shelikof Straights.
Also labeled: Islands
My little boy loves to make funny faces for the camera usually. I was delighted when I got this shot of him. He is very curious and loves nature. I love the sidelighting of this photo, with the angle of the sun.
The tropical landscapes bursting with flora is almost enough to stop one from taking a moment to appreciate the smaller details.
Experimenting with Still Life subject matter I took two of the best red roses out of a dosen put them in a contrasting white vase and lightly sprayed them with water to produce droplets. Had never done this before...my first experience.
This photo of a Painted Daisy was taken in my yard. I love how the morning light shines through the petals giving the bloom an almost translucent look. The bonus insect I did not notice untill after the shot.
Was hanging out in the back yard when the perfect light hit this cactus.So i ran and grabbed my camera.
Also labeled: Deserts
20 second exposure of the inside of an old film lens with a 6 blade aperture stopped down to f22.
This shot is a long exposure of the inside of an old film lens with a manual aperture ring. The series of concentric hexagons were formed as the aperture of the old lens was opened during the exposure.
This photo of the Crocus was taken in an old field used for grazing cattle, as it only grows in uncultivated land, which is becoming very scarce. I picked a few flowers to take home with me to extend the sheer enjoyment of this flower , I held one up...
A wildflower I saw while hiking...don't even know what it is, but I had to stop and take a picture because it was just so pretty. I love how the sunlight illuminates the petals so you can really see the flower in brilliant detail.
This bouquet of flowers was adjusted in PhotoShop to make a swirl
Also labeled: Abstract
Also labeled: Seasons
morning reflections on a cloudy day
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