Tag Archives: macro

Art in the Park Festival 2015 – Columbia, MO – Floral Intimacy!

I am so excited to share that I was accepted as an artist at the Art in the Park event in Columbia, MO this summer! The festival runs June 6th and 7th, and I’ll have a booth with tons of fine art photography prints, mostly focusing on my floral intimacy series, but some fun macro…

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December 2013 Ice Storm Nature Photos – Columbia, MO

  I spent the afternoon wandering our backyard with my 100mm macro lens, in search of photos that show the beauty (and bounty!) of the recent ice storm in Columbia, MO. Here are some of my favorites… it’s amazing how transformed the landscape seems with just a layer of ice!

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Macro Nature Photography – Floral Intimacy – Hibiscus Architecture

I had no idea that the inside of a hibiscus flower was so stunning!  Here are a few of my favorite macro photos of hibiscus that I shot while working on a commercial shoot for the D. McLeod Florist here in Concord, NH…

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Los Angeles – Part I – Cacti, etc.

I made my first visit to LA to visit my little brother Chris in Venice Beach a few weeks ago.  I found lots of pretty things to photograph… here is my first installment of photos, appropriately titled, cacti, etc.  ;)

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choosing floral intimacy photos for the noa gallery…

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it’s back! the floral intimacy project | take 1

i snapped this quick shot during an engagement shoot today in somerville… more actual engagement pics to come on the dreamlove wedding photography blog soon.  to see more from my floral intimacy project, click here.

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