Wild Purples & Blues
Falling in My Dreams
Rear ViewThe ring bearer and flower girl peering in through the back window of the truck at the wedding, enjoying the bride and groom in the front seat.
HybridA bluebonnet and dandelion pair.
Wild Purples & BluesWildflowers from the yard.
Yard FavoritesSome wildflowers from my yard.
RedsWildflowers in the studio.
Morning FlowersA different take on some wildflowers I came across on my walk this morning.
UltravioletIt looks like ultraviolet light, or perhaps some sea creatures deep in the ocean. But, it's flowers.
Yellow TulipA single tulip on a white background. Minimalism.
AbelStanding in the doorway of the church. What a great face!
TrilipsAn arrangement of tulips. Kind of like a still life.
Delicate LinesTulips are really very beautiful.
CynthiaPortrait by the front door. We get some good light here.
Cactus BloomI'm loving the red in this image.
TaraLight and sound checks before the graduation ceremony I'm photographing. The colors are great!
JosiahSomeone generally makes a face whenever I take a picture of him.
PhonophotographyAn old record, taken with a macro lens. I love that you can see the modulations in the track.
RefractionsA wine glass, refracting the trees nearby.
PoppiesImpressionistic photography on a walk.
DandelionsDandelions in the grass.
Lily ArrangedA lily from the grocery store, displayed for a while so my wife and mother in law could enjoy it. I pulled it out of it's vase and worked a bit to arrange it in an interesting way.
HunterDown on the Georgetown square. We found some great color in an alley and I grabbed a natural-light image in-between other images. A senior portrait to reflect the beauty within.
More TulipI'm loving the approach of arranging and photographing flowers on pure white.
Falling in My DreamsI get a feeling of falling in this image. This is made with intentional camera movement, like quite a few others before it.
MauveMore on the lily. This version is shot from a different angle and with a separate ring in the picture.
HybridCut flowers in the studio.
A DahliaStill working in the studio. This beautiful little plant arrangement reminds me of a dragonfly.
GumieGumie came to help with some rodents in the attic and agreed to let me make a portrait at the front door. One of my favorite places to make a quick portrait. I enjoyed meeting him.
HeaddressAnother flower "portrait" made in studio.
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