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This image was taken last week during a trip to Grand Cayman Island. I found the flower on the ground when visiting the Botanical Garden and placed it on a fence railing to photograph it. I am not quite sure what the name of this flower is, but am thinking it must be in either the anemone or daisy families.
Monochromia appears to be off to a fabulous start. I am thrilled to be part of this endeavor and honored to have been selected by Joe from The Visual Chronicle to be part of this creative and inspiring group of artists.
This is the first time I’ve posted to Monochromia so please let me introduce myself. My name is Robyn and I am from the Northeastern portion of the United States. I have been interested in photography since childhood but only began working as a professional photographer a few years ago. My complete story, bio, and artist statement can be found on my website, which I will include below.
I love photography and my motto is “Capturing Life One Image at a Time”. Photography is part of my heart and soul. I enjoy both film and digital photography, but because of expense and time, I tend to shoot more digital photographs at present. My work includes portraiture, landscapes, seascapes, animals, and more. My favorite subject is flowers.
As this blog is meant for black and white photography, you will only see my black and white floral work presented within. Some will argue that flowers are meant to be photographed in color, but I believe that statement to be too generalized. You’ll have to let all of us at Monochromia know your thoughts on black and white flowers.
Look for my posts at Monochromia on Thursdays. In addition, to learn more about me and my body of work please visit my blog; Robyn Graham Photography. I’ll look forward to hearing from you both here at Monochromia, and at my own site.
Have a fabulous weekend!