Flower Photography

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Last week I showcased some lovely underwater photography, this week I have some more conventional but lovely still-life photographs of flowers by the photographer Ashley Woodson Bailey.

She divides her photography into two separate series: Light and Dark. Here are a few examples of her light flower series.

Glorious

Glorious

Neon Bash

Neon Bash

Petals

Petals

My favorites however are these lovelies from her dark series. They are truly glorious.

Dutch Love

Dutch Love

Abundance

Abundance

Deep

Deep

All prints are available to purchase from Ashley Woodson Bailey’s website.

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  • Eduard Kooij

    Flowers are not just about the petals but about the leaves too. Using a creative eye, carefully pick out the fine details and repetitive patterns you can see. Use a macro lens to get the best magnification.

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  • The wonderful thing about flowers is that they can be found nearly everywhere! There may be some daisies in your garden; you could buy a bouquet at the local store, or you could go to a park with lots of flowers.

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  • These really are lovely photographs! Thank you for sharing the work of the talented Ashley Woodson Bailey! I am new to your blog and I REALLY like it! I will be back. Also, happy to share it with my followers!

    • Nishita

      @amykelsch:disqus Thank you very much for visiting and sharing this post. Glad you liked it ­čÖé

  • These are gorgeous, with the right frame and mat the could be really pretty wall decor!

  • Indrani

    Lovely magical treatment to the pics.

  • Booksatvioletcrush.com

    wow so pretty, just look at the colors. I love the dark ones too, there is a lot of depth and character in those.

    • Nishita

      @Booksatvioletcrush.com the dark ones are my favorites too. The flowers look so lush and gorgeous against that dark background.

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