screen-shot-2017-02-10-at-11-03-31-pmscreen-shot-2017-02-10-at-11-04-41-pmIʻm a photographer who canʻt stop taking pictures of the intense moments of light that I see every day.

Usually, that involves flowers. I have a knack for seeing the incredible beauty  shining forth when struck by a bundle of photons at just the right angle.

Since I sold my professional equipment years ago to fund travels as director-of-photography on a cultural travel show, Iʻve taken thousands of pretty good pictures with the cheapest of equipment.

Here are  some of the flower pics taken in my front yard with a iPhone 3gs or iPhone4s. Check them out and see if you find the same beauty and joy that I did in these life beings?

There is no Lego kit for a flower. No human can touch it in beauty and form.

screen-shot-2017-02-10-at-11-13-15-pmComment below if you enjoyed them or want me to post more flowers. screen-shot-2017-02-10-at-11-10-22-pm

Get out there and point your phone at some flowers: focus, expose and shoot.


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