Madison Indiana Photography

“Beautiful Wildflowers”


As of this Saturday I will have done my third wedding in seven weeks with more to follow in the fall, I have also shot numerous portrait and other miscellaneous photographic work,  and I am really starting to miss what I first got into photography for and that was the nature side of it.

I have actually enjoyed the portrait side of photography, except for the endless editing, but you just can’t beat a cool spring morning hiking into  the wet green world of a Clifty Falls Canyon and photographing a beautiful stand of Wild Columbine or Trillium.  As beautiful as the weddings I have been a part of so far the real beauty of the natural world far outshines anything man can put together, not that I don’t enjoy my new gig, you just can’t replace the world outside our doorsteps.

This is a image of one of my favorite little wildflowers..The Blue-Eyed Mary, these little beauties grow in clusters along the creek bottoms that carve their way thru the hills and gorges that make up Southern Indiana. I shot these in Clifty Falls State Park near Madison Indiana one beautiful spring morning, it was one of those mornings when the fog hung close to the ground and the colors in the woods were so saturated and vivid you just  couldn’t feel more alive !!

That’s one of my favorite things about photography, just when I needed a break from the hectic world I live in now all I have to do is pull out some old files and the memories of a great day in the woods come flooding back to help you get thru the boredom of everyday life. Thanks for stopping by and taking a look, as always click on the image for best viewing !!

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August 27, 2010 - Posted by | art, blue-eyed mary, bluebells, Clifty Falls, DSLR, flora, floral, flower photography, flowers, hiking, indiana, indiana wildflowers, landscapes, life, macro, macro photography, Madison Indiana, nature, nature photography, outdoors, photographer, photography, plants, random, thoughts, West Street Art Center

9 Comments »

  1. Aptly named – blue eyed Mary. Very delicate. Isn’t it good that you can always step back into your nature photography and remember those sweet times.

    Comment by Bo Mackison | August 27, 2010 | Reply

  2. Bernie, I’ve really missed seeing nature photos from you, too, but your photoblog is so full of past treks, I can come here anytime for some R&R.

    I couldn’t agree more if I tried; there’s nothing like getting out in nature early in the day and soaking up all that beauty. God sure did a good job, didn’t He?

    I’m happy that you’re helping couples record their wedding day, but hope somewhere along the line you can break away and return to nature photography, too. It’s like fishing–empties the brain and relaxes the person behind the lens.

    Take care!
    Bonnie

    Comment by Photo Buffet | August 27, 2010 | Reply

  3. I love those little flowers too. What would we do without wildflowers!

    Comment by montucky | August 27, 2010 | Reply

  4. awesome photography! I always like to visit your blog to see something new 🙂

    Comment by Clipping Path | August 28, 2010 | Reply

  5. Wonderful, hon. The flowers almost seem to be made of tissue paper. I love the soft feel of this shot, overall. Just lovely.

    Comment by Lana | August 28, 2010 | Reply

  6. wow! amazing photography! I like your photography blog. You did wonderful job!

    Comment by clipping mask | September 1, 2010 | Reply

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  8. Very pretty – wish they grew around here! Lovely blue hues and soft background.

    Comment by tomwhelan | September 14, 2010 | Reply

  9. I think really wonderful Wildflowers here. thanks a lot for share such a great post.

    Comment by Graphics and Web Design Firm | April 19, 2011 | Reply


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