Spring has certainly been busy for me this year. For that reason, I haven’t had as much time for photos as I would like. However, with summer coming on–finally!–here in Boulder, Colorado, I made a date with my camera. Of the many shots I took that day, there were two I liked particularly well, both of dandelion seeds still wet with morning dew. I thought they would look amazing in black and white, so I converted them in-camera to Fujifilm’s Acros mode, which mimics the look of the popular Acros film. I liked how they turned out, and Fuji’s jpegs are always great quality, so these two at least are up and for sale! They would also compliment each other well as a set. You can view my photos for sale as wall art and a variety of other products on the page titled “Nature and Fine Art Photography.” If you would like to download a photo or use one through a royalty-free or rights-managed license, please visit this page! I love creating these photographs, and I want you to enjoy them as well!
Now if I can wade through the rest of my image backlog… Sigh.
Any comments or questions or suggestions are always welcome. I hope you all enjoy creating something memorable this summer!