Description This photograph I titled, 'ORGANIC CLONES SILHOUETTE.' I think the name of this plant is Sarawak Cactus (or something like that). The interesting thing about this plant is that each of those 'clone-like' growths can grow a new plant. They break off and if they land on any organic matter, that's all they need to grow. I have them growing inside and outside of the house (in planters and pots). They don't need very much water, and can live off of the humid air of the tropics if they need to.
When I pick up my camera...when I compose the subjects in the frame...and, when I plan and set up my lighting, I have one thing in mind: To take a better photograph than the last time.
I have been using a camera as a hobbyist, and then as a freelance professional (starting in 1998), for a total of 39 years: I started photography when I was 12-years old.
I specialize in commissioned Head-Shot Portraits, Photographs of People, and Fine Art Abstract Expressionism Photography. I also create and design fine art, abstract photographs of my own abstract expressionism paintings. As a painter, I love working with alcohol-based permanent ink, acrylic paints, and watercolour pencils.