Tulip II Posted on May 20, 2015 by Robyn Graham Photography SS 1/60 f 4.5 ISO 640 Natural light “Art makes better humans, art is necessary in understanding the world and art makes people happy. Undeniably, art is not optional.” – Nathan Sawaya Spread the Word:Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)MoreClick to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
Love the high key treatment here….
Thanks Sue. That is actually how I shot it with back lighting and a shallow depth of field.
Ah, much as I have done with some of my ‘Beauty in Decay’ images….
Beautiful softness and light, Robyn!
Many thanks Lisa! I truly appreciate your kind words!
Stunning Robyn, love it.
Thank you so very much Leanne! I can’t tell you how much that means to me!
Shows the delicate and ephemeral side of the tulip–lovely composition and capture.
Many thanks Sally! Enjoy the day!
This is beautiful, Robyn, but I really do love the monochrome (only because pink is just not my favorite color) 😉 Lovely composition!
Thanks Stacy! I love pink, but I think I like the black and white better too. There is something wonderful about the simplicity and lack of distraction.
Love those soft whispery colours!
Many thanks Patti!
nice and tender 🙂
Thank you Joshi!
Beautiful image, Robyn, with most of the detail only just there – which is, in many cases, exactly as it should be. And I love the quote, especially “… Undeniably, art is not optional.” >>> absolutely right >>> bring it on!!! Adrian
Thanks so much Adrian! And yes – that is indeed the best part of the quote! Have a terrific weekend my friend!
Art is absolutely essential, it truly is. And Robyn, your art is a beautiful reminder of how we can be lifted, reminded, renewed and inspired.
Oh my goodness Marylin! You melted my heart with your kind words. Thank you ever so much. Have a fabulous holiday weekend! XO
Such a gorgeous image and i love that quote, Robyn.