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Flower Photography

I have a hobby with photography. I started taking photos for as long as I can remember. I would love to turn this into a passion. With your help, this can happen. I sorta taught myself how to take photos. Trial and error process and using other people's photos as a guild.  This blog will have all of the flower photos I have taken. I will also link my store towards the end of the video if you would like to buy a print. I use Redbubble and they ship internationally. Redbubble has sales and promotions from time to time and I advise you to take advantage of a promotion.

The photo above is my old style. I saw these flowers in a flower bed at the dollar store. This photo is from last year. 







I saw this flower outside the gate near the house. This is one of my favorite photos. 





These are some recent photos that I took. The stores my folks go to have flowers outside. I honestly enjoy taking photos of flowers. 





I saw a pink rose at Walmart. Roses are my favorite flower. I saw this red rose a few houses down from me. 



An old and new photo. The pink flower photo is a recent photo and the purple/lavender flowers photo is from last year. 





I am going to continue with these close-up images. They look so much better. If you would like to buy one of my prints, here is my store. 

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