patterns are unusual and detailed and illuminate the texture of the leaf. The use of tone in this image also helps to identify the pattern as the shadows are darkened and the colours contrast each other.

Karl Blossfeldt – Plants

Art in Nature - heart shaped leaves intricate leaf vein patterns - organic texture inspiration; black white plant photography, lighting harder to capture detailed texture, one light source to the left.

Feeling frazzled in a delighted way by Alan Shapiro, via 500px

araknesharem: “ Feeling frazzled in a delighted way (by alan shapiro photography) ”

Edward Weston - Again, objects brought out of their usual context to impersonate other representations. Enhanced by the deep black and white tones, and unusual shapes

Edward Weston - Again, objects brought out of their usual context to impersonate other representations. Enhanced by the deep black and white tones, and unusual shapes

edward weston photography fresh vision of the everyday

When he came back he concentrated on nature studies until he died in Edward Weston is widely regarded as one of the foremost photographers in America.

Giant Kelp with rippled & layered textures; organic patterns in nature

Inspiration: Kelp Giant kelp piles up on Macquarie Island in the sub-Antarctic. The kelp is a vital part of the ecosytem, providing nutrients to the soil when it decays.

Billy Kidd – Beautiful Decay

Billy Kidd - Beautiful Decay

Billy Kidd – Beautiful Decay ink make it fragile crumble the hardened leaf

Billy Kidd

Billy Kidd (yes, the one from yesterday’s post) is a talented photographer. His series of decaying flowers is so moody and mysterious. He should really consider shooting for Bloom Magazine. Here are some of my favorite dying flowers shot by Billy Kidd.

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