Landscape Photography

Posted by Rochelle |

I've been trying to make new habits - exercise, diet change, social media consistency, writing consistency, and art making are all on my list of...

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Luisa Brimble Flower shots via www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by Rochelle |

I am nearly midway through a photography and styling class with Holly Becker of Decor8.  As we learn to create our own style, the first...

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Posted by rochelle greayer |

The things you find on flickr are sometimes just achingly beautiful....now I am really really really (as opposed to just really really) wanting to make over...

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Posted by rochelle greayer |

Do you remember our friend Stacy Bass? She had a great series here about garden photography (which she is really good at) called First Light....

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I have been trying to sort out what the remainder of my 2012 year should entail...and playing into that is the most current of events.  I am quite frankly...

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Posted by rochelle greayer |

I am not sure why it rarely occurs to me that I can ask you all questions too when I need some help....but it just...

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While researching another article this morning I came across the interesting photography of Tara Gordon.  She calls it Symmagery and it is really like a kaleidoscope version of beautiful garden shots....

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Posted by rochelle greayer |

I hope you can understand my continued quietness.  I am re-working a number of things.  This site is getting not just a visual makeover (due...

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delta coal arial image by david thomas smith via www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by rochelle greayer |

Creating persian rug-like images from satellite photography, artist/ photographer David Thomas Smith is shining a spotlight on development, growth and the effects that those things have on our landscape....

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Posted by rochelle greayer |

With the impending holiday approaching, I'm pleased to have discovered  these valentine inspired botanical fine art prints by Due Alberi.    Due Alberi is a...

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Posted by rochelle greayer |

Last week, in preparation for the next issue of Leaf Magazine, I worked a little photo shoot with Roanne Robbins (as the floral creator) and...

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Oh Dear!-- look what I've just discovered.  The photography of Tim Pugh has me crushing on him like I crush on Andy Goldsworthy and other...

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Posted by rochelle greayer |

I had few revelations over the weekend. Not the least of which was that I need to settle down and get back to a sense...

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Rich pomeranze daisy via www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by rochelle greayer |

I am so excited to introduce you to the first of a few guests I have lined up while I am away.  Rich Pomerantz garden...

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I happened to notice today that Piet Oudolf's website seems to have some new images since the last time I visited (for a good old...

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I find it particularly interesting when real life photography resembles abstract art.  Like the National Geographic photo I shared a couple weeks ago.  The Emply...

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Camel Thorn Trees in Namibia photographed (yes photographed -- look closely this is not a painting -- but a photo) are blowing my mind.  Where...

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I love photographers websites and Mary Swenson is no exception.   I love her style -- and this recent post, once again, made me long for...

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So, I have this fun opportunity that a media specialist/video producer friend has presented to me. He's a talented guy but his day job just...

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And just a little follow up on that last Tillandsia post (more airplant inspiration).  This image is by photographer Patrick Schneider taken at the Daniel...

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Posted by rochelle greayer |

Happy spring!  (in case you didn't know, today March 21st is the official first day for 2011).  I celebrated early by killing it in my...

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