Category Archives: Flora Photography

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Print of the Month March 2017

187 Yucca Filamentosa


Print of the Month November 2016

  “Make it a habit to tell people thank you. To express your appreciation, sincerely and without the expectation of anything in return.  Truly appreciate those around you, and you’ll soon find many others around […]


Three Lilies

#500 – Three Lilies It is important to pay attention to the details while you photograph a close-up image of a subject.Let’s consider that with the image of the three lilies presented in this Print […]


Print of the Month May 2010

  It’s a common misconception that sunflowers got their name because they resemble the sun.  In fact, they rotate throughout the day so that their broad faces are constantly in line with their namesake.  Next […]


Print of the Month April 2008

Black-Eyed Susan and Reeds It’s exciting to see and feel the spring season. This month’s print may be just a bit early. Although the flowers may not be in bloom yet, I am trying to […]


Print of the Month December 2006

Fountain Grass While working on a commercial assignment in Columbus Ohio I was forced to take a break since the weather was not cooperating and the light was not optimum for photographing the exterior of […]


Print of the Month May 2006

Two Freesia “Two Freesia” was made in my studio a few years ago. It has been a very popular print especially in the 8 x 10 size. Although I have supplied a few very large […]