My love affair with Indian Pipe wildflowers continues.
Can't get enough of my Indian pipe project? Here are some sunlit beauties I found recently.
Looking out my front door
Lately I haven't had the time to shoot a lot. And sometimes when I have, it's just been too damn hot, humid or rainy. The desire is there, but the circumstances just won't work for me. That's why I love it when something great presents itself right outside my door. This time I mean that... Continue Reading →
Autumnal Indian Pipe II
Woo hoo! Another fall-themed indian pipe shot. The brown stick phase of these little guys is so interesting, but I find it difficult to capture well. It's the texture and the funny shape the seed pods take that attracts me. Their dark coloring is a challenge, too; hard to light. I think I did ok... Continue Reading →
Autumnal Indian Pipe
By now you must know how much I love indian pipe wildflowers and how even though my original project was for one season, I still shoot them almost every time I see them. Usually they bloom in June and sometimes spill over into July. But October? October?! Psyche!! Yes, I did place one of those... Continue Reading →
Make Me Blush
The day of my epic face-plant yielded another present that I would have definitely missed had I gone home. All three of you that read this thing know that I had (have) a mini-project (obsession) going with Indian pipe flowers. I don't know what it is about these luminous beauties, but I am so drawn... Continue Reading →
Wildflowers in January??!!
Another reason I'm fascinated with Indian Pipe wildflowers is because they over-winter and I can photograph them in January!
Indian Pipe Wildflower Study 2011
This year I set myself a goal. A mini-project if you will. Borne out of the fact that I hadn't been able to take a decent picture of indian pipes. Seriously. I tried. I'd see some next to the trail and set up. Everything sucked. I even shot some in winter and those are passable,... Continue Reading →