Like painters over the centuries, many photographers have made images of flowers and I am no exception. To me each flower is a unique masterpiece – so simple and yet so complex in its design, patterns, texture, color combination, and its aroma. You can get lost in the world of beauty each unique flower creates.
That was exactly how I felt the day I saw this yellow rose and decided to photograph it. I knew how I wanted to portray the rose. To me the rose had to be light, delicate, and fill the entire frame of the photograph. I hope you enjoy this image, Rose No. 1, Carmel Valley, California, as much as I do.
This intimate size open edition silver gelatin, selenium toned print is approximately 5-1/8 x 6-1/4", personally printed by me, processed to current archival standards, signed, mounted, and matted to 14x17" on 100 percent rag museum board.
All prints are carefully prepared and packaged in specially designed protective shipping boxes, and shipped fully insured via UPS ground.