Tag Archives: Flowers

Visual Reflections: Nature Photography in the Age of Uncertainty — No. 53 (Floral Abstraction)

06 August 2018 Lens: Taken in Camera+ and edited in Snapseed, iColorama and Pixlr. Click onto image to enlarge. Let me know your response to this abstraction. Prints are available upon request. Pens: The saying goes: Absence makes the heart … Continue reading

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Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Editing and Processing (Mother Nature’s Influence)

29 May 2017 Lens: Click onto each image to enlarge. Let me know which you prefer. Prints are available upon request. Pens: Nature offers limitless inspiration, especially as each of her progeny easily can influence human nature. She spills onto … Continue reading

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Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Nature: (Geranium and Hibiscus Photomontage)

05 September 2016 Lens: Click on image to enlarge, which takes you to another page. If you decide to leave a comment, please return to this page. Pen: This summer I’ve mused about  my passion–really an obsession–for the floral beauties … Continue reading

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Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Nature (Geranium Florets)

07 September 2015 Lens: Let me know which you prefer and why. Click on each image to enlarge. Pens: American artist Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986) had a saying that poignantly describes humanity’s ability and inability to understand what is before them.: … Continue reading

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Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge: Macro (Hibiscus and Sunflower)

11 August 2014 Lens: I. Native Hibiscus II. Native Sunflower Let me know which you prefer and why. Pens: Mid-summer is high season for the showy yet gentle appearance of hibiscus. I revel in their mesmerizing beauty. They have a … Continue reading

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Longwood Gardens and Summer’s Morning Light, Part Two

08 August 2013 Lens: Let me know which is your favorite and why. Pens: Not a gray tone in sight–the morning was perfectly illuminated for my visit to Longwood Gardens, which is one of the premier horticultural centers in my … Continue reading

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Phoneography Challenge: Nature (Longwood Gardens and Summer’s Morning Light, Part One)

05 August 2013 Lens: Pens: Gracie (http://graciebinoya.com), Polly (http://watchingthephotoreels.com) and I began the iPhoneography Monday Challenge in February. Recently, we had a re-launch that made the challenge open to everyone who uses their Smartphones as their lens–exclusively, experimentally, frequently, occasionally, … Continue reading

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Phoneography Challenge: Macro

08 July 2013 Lens: Let me know which you prefer and why. Pens: Gracie (http://graciebinoya.com), Polly (http://watchingthephotoreels.com) and I began the iPhoneography Monday Challenge in February. Recently, we had a re-launch that made the challenge open to everyone who uses … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: Almost #10 (Spring Awakening with Geraniums)

01 May 2013 Lens: Let me know which you prefer and why. Pens: It’s Wordless Wednesday, and I must resist praise about the deliciously scrumptious geranium. Since I must hold my pen, so to speak, I will await another post … Continue reading

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