Helpful articles to improve your own nature and landscape photography explorations. You will also see stunning landscape and nature photographs created by award winning landscape and nature photographer Melissa Fague.
Wind in the Trees is a peaceful nature photograph of the fall colored foliage of a tall tree moving in the crispy autumn air. This photograph was created from the base of the tall tree for a more unique perspective of the scene and autumn colors. This photo was created at Lums Pond located in Christiana, Delaware.
Wall Decorating Tip By Lily Gahagan: Botanical Prints
Published March 10, 2011
I adore lush, verdant plants — the problem is, they don’t stay that way for very long under my care. So in addition to vigilantly watering my feeble-looking flowers, I make sure to supplement with plenty of plant-inspired art.
My main source? Flea markets, of course. You can almost always find a booth specializing in antique prints, and botanicals are a particularly popular subject. See how members of Houzz use them around their homes and get inspired to start your own botanical print collection. … Read Full Article
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Turkey Point Lighthouse is a landscape photograph of the Turkey Point Light Station located in the Elk Neck State Park that overlooks the Chesapeake Bay in Northeast Maryland. This photograph was created to capture the beauty of this historic lighthouse at a different perspective.
Leaf in the Rain is a beautiful nature photograph of a bold red autumn leaf floating in the water on the edge of Lums Pond, it was created to show the beauty and harmony of the falling rain and the vivid colors of the autumn season.
So many new homes feel like plain white boxes when you first move in. Boring! Devoid of any real architectural interest, even after painting and furnishing, there can still be something missing. I love the idea of interesting textures on walls — not faux finishing that just looks like a texture, but the real deal you can feel with your hands. This is an inspirational collection of ways to add texture to your walls.
1. Glass installation. This multi-layered wall treatment was custom made from colored glass. This is really thinking outside the box when it comes to what to put on the wall. Absolutely beautiful.
If glass feels daunting to you, consider creating an installation from panels of clear acrylic. You can back-paint the acrylic to make it any color you want. It wouldn’t look the same as this, but my mind just gets going with ideas when I see such creative wall treatments.