Simplicity Out of Chaos

Have you ever had so much going on that it is hard to focus on one thing at a time? This often happens to me, my thoughts and ideas start going in all directions and then I don’t accomplish anything! In photography, this is often the case when I come upon a scene that at first is so chaotic that I get frustrated. I have to force myself to slow down, look around and just be still. Follow along in the following images to see how I captured an intimate scene out of the chaos of the flowering bush/tree. 


Flower Cluster_DSC4213-2_WEBSweet Blooms
In this scene, I loved the texture of all the blooms. The tree was pretty with all the flowers but I didn’t think it captured the beauty to the degree that I envisioned.


Flowers B&W_DSC4190-2_WEB
Simplicity
In this scene, I was able to isolate a branch with small clusters of flowers. This image certainly isolates a branch of flowers and while I really like this capture, I continued to work the scene.


Flower B&W square_DSC4108-2-Edit_WEBElegance
Finally! I captured what is my favorite of the three images I photographed. I love the elegance and timelessness of this image. 

 

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