This series combines my long-time interest in horticulture and more recent explorations with iPhone apps.
The winter garden reveals structure and form, emphasized by a comparative lack of color.
This image captures Hydrangea petiolaris -- a lovely winter subject, with exfoliating bark and persistent dried corymbs, some with sterile flowers still attached at the periphery.
I particularly liked this black and white effect produced with a LoMob filter (on iPad Mini).
Professional Women Photographers 38th International Open, 1st place, 2nd place, Iphonography, 2013
Worldwide Photography Gala Awards, 5th International Pollux Award, 2nd place, Nature, 2013
Worldwide Photography Gala Awards, 4th International Pollux Award, 1st place, Nature, 2012
Prix de la Photographie, Paris, PX3, Official Selection (multiple selections), 2011
selected group shows
Wide Open 4, Brooklyn, NY, National Juried Exhibition: Juror, Carrie Springer, Whitney Museum, 2013
Texas Photographic Society 21st International; Juror, Aline Smithson, 2012
Works in Progress, Brooklyn, NY, Artbridge Large Scale Outdoor Installation; Jurors, Vic Muniz, amani olu, Eugenie Tsai, 2011
Wide Open 2, Brooklyn, NY, National Juried Exhibition; Juror, Nat Trotman, Guggenheim Museum, 2011