Monochrome Vs. Selective Color

The short answer is it’s all about light and hues or the lack thereof. Looking for some clarity? Well, I think I can help with that to some degree so lets dive in! Monochrome Monochrome photography employs light in differing amounts instead of color to capture or represent images. Monochrome photography takes only a singleContinue reading “Monochrome Vs. Selective Color”

Purple Calibrachoa

I’m sure there was a fancy name for this particular shade of purple but while doing research for this post i stumbled across several different names like Hawaiian Luau, Isabell Purple, or Royal King. While you could check the tag that has all of this information that comes with the plant at purchase it isContinue reading “Purple Calibrachoa”

Apricot Punch Calibrachoa

This flower is also known Calibrachoa, Million Bells, the Trailing Petunia, or the Mini Petunia. This flower is often confused for a Petunia but the primary difference between the two plant species is that Calibrachoa tends to grow lower than Petunias. Calibrachoa flowers also tend to be smaller than Petunias.

The Carousel

I captured this photo while I was at Lakeside Mall, a shopping mall located in Sterling Heights Michigan. As you can see the Carousel is empty at the moment most likely due to the pandemic and the fact that I photographed this on Tuesday afternoon when the traffic in the mall is pretty light. AsContinue reading “The Carousel”

A Single Leaf

One of many that will be dotting the ground in the coming weeks as the autumn season progresses. Do you have a favorite thing when it comes to Fall? Some people are all about Apple Cider, while other people prefer pumpkin patches and like to turn everything into pumpkins. As for me, it’s all aboutContinue reading “A Single Leaf”

Touch Me Not

Also more commonly known by the name of Impatiens but I think Touch Me Not speaks more to the character of the flower. The reasoning behind this is because should you happen to touch a seed pod of this plant, the pod will explode propelling the seed for a new impatient plant several feet orContinue reading “Touch Me Not”