We have loved the response to our first flower series that was, predominantly, a celebration of ‘pink’ in all its bolder shades and permutations. Now, having spent the last few weeks photographing the explosion of Charleston’s glorious spring, heralded by the city’s famous parade of Confederate Jasmine, we have been inspired to launch a neutral flower series of softer colored spring flower photographic prints, focusing on the more neutral palette, to echo the whites and softer shades of spring color that surround us in the city. Today, we are adding the first of these to the Fine Art collection, six photographs of flowers in whites and neutral shades that celebrate the beauty of softer, subtler hues of spring colors. These beautiful flowers, caught as if in the transient stage from green bud to full flower, suggest the birth and hope of spring and the quickening pulse of nature toward the lush colors of summer.
We hope you will enjoy these additions and look forward to adding more to the series in the weeks to come.