Echinacea

Echinacea /ˌɛkᵻˈneɪʃiə/[1]
is a genus, or group of herbaceous flowering plants in the daisy family.
The Echinacea genus has nine species,
which are commonly called purple coneflowers.
They are found only in eastern and central North America,
where they are found growing in moist to dry prairies and open wooded areas.
They have large, showy heads of composite flowers,
blooming from early to late summer

 

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An
Echinacea
captured with
a macro lens

Then developed
with
Capture One Pro

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at this website
rendered in many forms

 

 

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Red Rose

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red rose
captured with
a macro lens at
f/22 for
15 seconds

Then developed
with
Capture One

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in many forms
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Shadows in Infrared

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Shadows on the north side
of the San Francisco de Asis
mission church in
Ranchos de Taos New Mexico

Built 200 years ago of adobe mud
and timbers.
Painted four times by Georgia OKeeffe
and photographed both by Ansel Adams & Paul Strand.

The surface is re-muded each year by the parishioners.

The image was captured in Nikon RAW,
processed with the World-Class RAW converter
then post processed into
Konica 750nm IR film stock
with a W-25 Red filter.

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Taos Clouds III

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Clouds over Taos New Mexico at sunset.

An homage to Maxfield Parrish.

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Light and Shadows

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Light and Shadows on the north side

of San Francisco de Asis mission church

in Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico. 

Built completely of timber and adobe mud.

Painted four times by Georgia O’Keeffe and

photographed by both Paul Strand and Ansel Adams.

This year is the Two hundredth year anniversary of it’s completion.

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Winter sunset in El Prado Taos New Mexico

TAOS CLOUDS – homage Maxfield Parrish

Spring flowers

Mother’s Day flowers

Magic Taos mountain