By no means would I dub myself a "street photographer". But if you know me well, you'd know that I was drawn to photography by the uniqueness and the beauty that's prevalent in our lives. These Amish caught my attention when I was doing nothing but looking for trouble to shoot (can we call it "trouble-shooting"?). I mean, they are already unique in their own rights. And spotting Amish in a train station is one step up on "uniqueness". Wouldn't you expect to see them travel in horse-drawn carriages?
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Boy, am I on a roll or not? It's the third image that I've processed of these lotus flowers (to see the other two, please click here and here). Needless to say, they are my favorite as we speak. And I have to thank Rita for letting me in her beautiful garden to capture the short-lived elegance!
What do you think of them? Have you fallen in love with these delicate angels yet?
This image would have been a beautiful addition to your living room as a frame-less canvas gallery wrap as well. Well, why not create a wall art combination using more than one image?
The best way to cool off in a dog day of summer, for me, is to process the beautiful images of lotus flowers. So, it's only natural that I made this image shortly after the one I shared the other day. Plus, wouldn't it be nice to cool off under the shade like the one provided by this large lotus leaf?
This image would have been a beautiful addition to your living room as a frameless canvas gallery wrap panel as well. For additional fine art photography samples, please visit here. To explore home decoration ideas with my photography, please contact me by clicking here.
I'd love that you share your thoughts as well. :-)