Succulents | {The Serenity Project}

Maybe it’s from all the time I have spent in the Southwest, but I love succulents. I love their symmetry and the tones in the plants. I love that they are hearty plants for the most part (i.e. difficult to kill). They are survivors, and they are beautiful. I love to photograh them too, digitally (as above) or on film (below). They always make for beautiful, patient subjects.

November 27, 2017-87509TAcri111612-R1-020

(film: Porta 400)

It’s been really rainy here in South Texas this winter. Many days are dreary and gray and I haven’t gotten out much on photo walks. But spring is coming for all of us, and hopefully with it the opportunity to get outside a bit more!

The Serenity Project is a monthly collaborative photography project. Participating photographers wish to bring a sense of peace, calm and serenity to their images. Please continue to my friend Iris Nelson Photography – Metro Phoenix Photographer to see what brought her some serenity this month. I always enjoy her posts!

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6 thoughts on “Succulents | {The Serenity Project}

  1. Love ‘after the rain’ images but empathise re: the long wet winter. Hopefully spring is early and brings lots of sunshine and opportunities for photography walks. Beautiful work as always Eileen.

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