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These are so beautiful! I especially like the lilacs with the script. I never would have dreamed you could get such cool effects by actually freezing flowers!


Thank-you so much Holly. I have been preparing for a lecture on this technique, so have been working on alternative processes. I love script with photographic images, especially simple flowers, it gives that botanical feel, which I love.

Carolyn @ Carolyns Shade Gardens

What an absolutely amazing technique! The photograph are so elegant and unusual.


Oh you should see the Arisaema urashima I froze and photographed the other day. It's just wicked cool. I will post it eventually. Thanks for checking in Carolyn, I know you are super busy!

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