Gardening Gone Wild is bringing back the Picture This photo contest and since I am the judge I may as well follow up my own advice: “… a chance to look back at a whole year of photos and get your files organized.” I have huge backlogs of photos that I barely know I have. On my assignments it’s easy, even mandatory to organize my files. I process them and put them in my catalog with all sorts... Read More »
Writing about 30 years of garden photography, photo assignments, personal art explorations, and stock photo library.
Licensing garden photographs for publications, art prints, and e-books is found at PhotoBotanic.com
From The Blog
This website serves as my calling card, place to share my favorite photographs from many years as a garden photographer. It has been a thrilling ride, learning from some of the absolute best gardeners, designers, and landscape architects in the business. I have been honored and humbled to visit many of the best gardens in America as I have learned to celebrate plants as found there.
I take the fine art of garden photography quite seriously, and feel a responsibility to educate, even change the aesthetic of what we think of in a garden photograph. Good photos lead to good gardens, and with my work, I want to promote success and sustainability through the media.
I hope you will be entertained here on my personal blog where I talk about my personal art I call “Mental Seeds”, occasionally rant about odd occurrences I can only do here in the ‘privacy’ of my personal website, and review my garden photography workshops. In the Learning Center of my more public, business site PhotoBotanic you will find a much deeper blog, a living book constantly updated in the Learning Center, as well as licensing links to my stock photography, a Store where I sell my books, e-books, iBooks, fine art prints, and merchandise.
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