Back to Blue

Back to Blue

“Back to Blue” refers to a series of floral images I created late last summer and early fall, and called “The Blues.” Done in shades of blue, the reference was as much to emotion and mood as to color.

Two images from that series have recently been recognized.

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Starting Over – Bud of Sacred Datura

“The Blues: Starting Over” was selected by Juror Stephen Perloff as Third Place Winner in the New York Center for Photographic ArtPrimary Colors” competition.

This image will be exhibited in New York City from May 6 – 17, with the Opening Reception of May 8. I am pleased to have this image shown in this venue! Many thanks to the New York Center for Photographic Art and to Stephen Perloff!

Another image from the series, “The Blues,” Ephemeral, was chosen as a Nominee in the 7th Annual Photography Masters Cup:

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Ephemeral – Fully open datura flower

This is a fully open datura flower. These open at sunset, and began to fade at the first light of morning. The plants themselves are quite hardy, but the flowers truly are fleeting – and very beautiful.

These were my two favorite images from the series, and having them recognized in two very different venues brings me a great deal of pleasure. I am happy for the opportunity to share them again, although my current work seems to be dominated by bright colors and bold designs.

4 Replies to “Back to Blue”

  1. Beautiful images! Congratulations. It is indeed very satisfying to see you getting recognition for your great work. I know you put a lot of time into producing fine photos and entering them in show and contests.

    1. Hi, Tim.
      Thank you!
      It is always interesting to see what other people choose, and in this case these were my two favorite images from the series.
      As always, thank you for your support!

  2. Your photography is spectacular! I’m so pleased that it is getting the recognition it deserves.

    1. Thank you so much, Pearl! I am having fun.
      Thank you for visiting and taking the time to leave a comment!

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