Mystery of Modesty

Beautiful in black and white…

Monochromia

Mystery of Modesty Mystery of Modesty

Nikon D800, 60mm macro lens – manual focus, ss 1/2500, f 5.6, ISO 400

Those of you who know me from following my personal blog, Robyn Graham Photography, know that a significant portion of my fine art body of work is flowers.  Not only do I love flowers as subject matter, but I love the language of flowers.  Most, if not all, of my floral images are named based on the meaning of the flower in the Victorian Language of flowers in addition to the color of the flower and the meaning of the color.  Many people have asked me if I have read the book “Language of Flowers” by Vanessa Diffenbaugh.  The answer is yes and I loved it, but even prior to reading the book, my love affair for flowers and their meaning were a significant part of my work.

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