<%@LANGUAGE="JAVASCRIPT" CODEPAGE="65001"%> Flower Photography - Rose, Iris, Tulip, Crocus, and Echinacea
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Flower Photography

Folding of Time (purple iris photo) - vertical
Multiplicity (Pink Tulip close-up and very abstract)

The Folding of Time Photo
(vertical photo of a purple iris)

photo # 2906

Small (8x10 - vertical)
Medium (11x14)
Large (16x20)

Multiplicity Photo
(pink tulip)

What was the Artist Thinking?

photo # 7045

Small (8x12)
Medium (10x15)

Touch of a Wild Rose (red and white wild rose)
Closed Gladiola with Raindrops

Touch of a Wild Rose Photo
(pink and white rose)

photo # 2075

Small (8x10)
Medium (11x14)
Large (16x20)

Closed Gladiola with Raindrops Photo
(red gladiola)

photo # 5270

Small (8x10)
Medium (11x14)

Prelude to Spring Photo (Purple and White Crocus) -- vertical
Perception (purple iris photo) - vertical

Prelude to Spring Photo
(vertical photo of a purple and white crocus)

photo # 8790

Small (8x12 - vertical)
Medium (10x15)
Large (16x24)

Perception Photo
(vertical photo of a purple iris)

photo # 2883

Small (8x10 - vertical)
Medium (11x14)
Large (16x20)

Bumblebee on Echinacea Flower (Purple Cone Flower)
Jewelweed or Touch-Me-Not (orange flower)

Bumblebee on Echinacea Flower Photo
(purple coneflower)

photo # 5023

Small (8x10)
Medium (11x14)

Jewelweed (or Touch-Me-Not) Flower Photo

photo # 6487

Small (8x10)
Medium (11x14)

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Flower photography

Kari loves taking pictures of flowers. Studying how flowers can look so different when they are very close-up, in fact, is one of the discoveries that launched Kari into nature photography in the first place.

It doesn’t matter if the flowers are roses, orchids, tulips, lilacs, lilies, wildflowers, or tree flowers, like dogwood flowers and magnolias, Kari loves to get in close and capture the “personality” of the flower. The dogwood flowers in “Alight” remind one simultaneously of butterflies alighting on the branches of the dogwood tree as well as beholding a incandescent, benevolent being that seems lit from within. The glowing, ethereal cereus flower in her photo, “The Luminous Queen of the Night Flower” also seems to speak of heavenly visions, but the stoic tulip in, “Revealed” seems uninhibited and exposed in contrast.

Kari abstracts many of these gorgeous flowers in her fine art photos to the point of other-worldliness; the bird of paradise flower in her photo, “Paradise Rising” and the flower of the naked coral tree in, “Red Whisper,” remind one of abstract paintings where there are great splashes of color. Whether you love flower macro photography or abstract art, you will enjoy these beautiful pictures.




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