Dinner Plate Dahlia on a Dinner Plate

This is by far the longest that I have ever gone without posting a blog.  The good news is that my absence is for good reason.

I moved into my studio space today.  I am beside myself with excitement and overwhelmed with the possibilities, as well as the logistics of settling into it.  The space is beautiful and I hope to post photos soon.

For those of you interested in black and white photography, I did write a post on Monochromia for this Thursday.  I encourage you to stop by and see it and please check in here soon for an update on the studio as well as more images from yours truly!

Oh yes, and a special thanks to all of my new followers as well as my long-term followers.  I am grateful for your support and am thrilled to have you following me and my endeavors as a photographer.  I hope I don’t disappoint and I welcome your comments whenever you visit.  I will do my best to get to all of your blogs to catch up as soon as the dust settles here.  Thanks for your patience.


All my best,


Dinner Plate Dahlia on a Dinner Plate ss 1/60  f5.6  ISO1600  60mm

Dinner Plate Dahlia on a Dinner Plate
ss 1/60   f5.6   ISO1600   60mm

How many compositional rules can you identify here?

19 thoughts on “Dinner Plate Dahlia on a Dinner Plate

  1. What a gorgeous photo Robyn, the colors are so great and wonderful detail in the Dahlia petals! I’m so happy for you having your own studio!! 🙂

  2. Robyn, you are so far beyond rules that you can make up your own any time you want. I’m excited for you and I’m share every one in your blogging world is, maybe, just a little bit envious, too! Congrats again! Oh, and that’s a beautifully composed shot. And the colors…!

  3. I’ve been wondering where you’ve been, and I am glad that all is okay.
    Congratulations on your new studio space. How exciting!

    I love this photograph. Great choice of colors.

    Wishing you a wonderful weekend!

  4. Congratulations, Robyn! I’m so impressed with your talent and your energy and your drive to open a studio. Can’t wait to see photos of your new space.
    And the dahlia? Stunning!

  5. Robyn, I’m excited for you about your new space. enjoy!
    Photograph is stunning…love the layers, they petals look as though they’re floating, as though underwater. Very nice!

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