4.30.2010

i'm finding...


tulip detail {one}


tulip detail {two}


tulip detail {three}


...that
the love is in the details


what do you think?


{one single stem with four simple petals... and this just one of one kind... one kind of the many thousands of kinds of flowers in this world... just one of endless subjects to photograph. and i can't get enough of it. i must have taken 100 photos of this one flower... in so many places, in so many ways. and it did not end there. i've been playing with those photos in post-processing for hours upon hours. just how many photos of one thing can a girl take? when is enough, enough? if you ask me, never! ..never, never, never. {*wink*}

more to come on my tulip study, i think. but for now, enjoy the details and close-up views.}

14 comments:

Serendipity said...

Lovely Blog!!

slommler said...

I love love love the photos! They are so unique and beautiful!! I hope you take 100 more!!!
Hugs
SueAnn

Steve Gravano said...

Wow, the tones in the second image are beautiful. I love the shadow.

red or gray black and white said...

lovely . may i include one on my bw blog sidebar gallery?

contact me
(hugs)

georgia b. said...

certainly, elk.
i'd be honored.
thank you.

georgia b. said...

oh, and thank you, leslie.
thank you for stopping by.

thanks everyone!

Heather said...

Love, love, love it!! I've been contemplating letting myself go crazy with fire hydrants . . . not as lovely as tulips, perhaps:)

B. Meandering said...

I don't think you can ever get enough of flowers. Beautiful photos.

S. Etole said...

wow, Georgia ... just wow!

mrs mediocrity said...

beautiful. i never get tired of taking flower photos either, but i think you just took it to a whole new level.

Hi Kooky said...

gorgeous lines and textures - love it!

Oliag said...

...I love the abstract look of these black and white flower studies...and as usual your amazing profusion of creativity:)

JaL said...

Lovely! It's on my to do list plant variated tulips this year! I love the flowers & the trees & all the photos there's never too much of any of those =)

Michel said...

Oh keep it coming with the tulips! I love them. I love flowers processed into black and white too. I love the unexpected. and yes indeed they are still very beautiful.