My liking for grey backgrounds earlier in the week seems to now be translating into a new love for ‘dark florals’ (which I’ll be going into in a lot more detail next week). As part of my homework for my photography course, I’ve been spending time online searching for images which inspire me. And I keep on stopping at flowers captured on dark backgrounds. Maybe, it’s the winter weather which has moved me from my normal tendency to go for light images…I’m really not sure! In my travels, I’ve discovered the incredible work of Swedish photographer, Denise Grünstein. And today, I’d like to share with you a selection of her breath-taking flower photographs. I’ve arranged them in order…starting with dark, moody images and moving on through to light, airy ones.
Aren’t they just so captivating and evocative? I tried to find out more about the extremely talented lady behind these photographs, but there’s very little information available online. So, all I can say is that I’m very inspired by Denise’s work and I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing it too today.
(Images : Denise Grünstein)