Prettify Pink Phlox Floral
Pristine raindrops gather on a purple and fuchsia veined clematis. I love shooting in the rain for the fact it softly blurs out the outline of objects. Now that I can finally reach some of my plants in my flower garden and walk around them. I spent a good deal of time thinning out my plants this summer.
Be different so that people can see you clearly amongst the crowds.
The unconventional you don’t have to follow the crowd and do what everyone else has done. It is ok to be different. Be you. People often say it is perfectly fine to be yourself, but quickly raise an eyebrow when you don’t make the choice they “think” you should. Stop. Stop letting them have that power over you. They do not walk your path, they are not you.
We all have our own path to walk and trying to follow someone else’s will lead you to heartache. Follow your heart and path to lead to happiness. Even if you walk the path alone for a period of time – it will get your soul further than having to stop and redirect yourself all the time.
If you bend too far right, or too far left or stand when everyone else is sitting…go ahead. Be different. Nothing wrong with that. There is always someone out there to love you for being you. Always someone that will admire your strength, your courage and your boldness.
Irish Mist Still Art Photography Print
This irish mist still art photography print wasn’t a planned piece of art, it came together slowly and in many steps. I was monkeying around in the garden and decided to clip off a few sprigs of my sedum autumn joy plant to start plants for a friend of mine. I placed them on the cupboard and went to fetch planting containers and soil from the basement.
Soft Fairytale Pink Dandelion Art Prints
This collection of six prints was photographed and processed to be a mix and match set. You can pick one of the prints or all six of them. The prints were photographed using a macro lens and then batch processed using a special texture that I created to give them all a dreamy, soft fairytale pink look.
I’ve heard people state snowdrop flowers are wildflowers. It is true, some grow in the wild in meadows and woodland areas. Can’t argue with you on this fact. I find them all the time. I just have never found a source that states they are true wildflowers.