…a wonderful B&W of the stamen part of a Royal Poinciana flower
Another shot that reduces the subject to its basic elements, highlighting the elegance of the structure of this palm. Looks great on regular and metallic papers.
This is one of my favorites. Very simple, but the shot still draws you in. It's another one of the trees in France that is highly pruned, which creates these wonderful patterns. It almost looks like arteries leading to capillaries.
A fun shot where I made all the background disappear and colorized the print. This looks good on photographic paper as well as canvas.
Another version showing the beauty in the pattern of the pruned tree.
A fun colorization that looks almost like a painting or pencil/crayon sketch. If you are really clever, you'll know that these palms appear in another photo on the site.
This shot highlights the intricate patterns on the orchids, showing what otherwise may have been unseen.
Many trees in France are carefully pruned and this highlights the shapes of the branches.
OK it's a rose, but to me it almost looks like creatures in an aquarium
...and no, that is not a spider.
...out at Fort DeSoto
…check out the wonderful detail in this close up!