The discovery of a giant flower

Always believe what you see!GiantProtea1

Author: Herman van Bon Photography

" I like to explore the possibilities and limits of digital art, I just let it flow to see where it can go, sometimes the end result appears quickly, sometimes the creative process takes months and other times  the creation dies in its own beauty". 

6 thoughts on “The discovery of a giant flower”

  1. That is a blow your mind photograph.😍😍😍😍😍
    A lot to see, not to negate or make light of your gift. I had a thought to avoid the terror I have absorbed in listing to young men tell there fears of child abuse that happen around here. Also, the photo leader me see, that all plants have an hallucigenic property.

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      1. Your colors are brilliant, Is your work protected, from the fashion industry, that has collaborated with tech to color print on plaid shirts your brilliant color’s or the old fashion term colouR,s

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  2. Yes, they are dangerous! The same goes for spices! I live around a lot of garden and plants. The other morning I was sprayed by a truck that is just as poisonous.
    pLants are dangerous in south Chicago, on southern borders, they fun the weapons that funds the NRA that funds politicians and there supporters that fund the new young so the can have bragging rights.

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  3. You photography is so engaging and fun: each time you look at it, you see something new. The hidden picture in rays of light. I love the images mirrored on the coat. The pattern numbers in plants, diamond shapes pointed out, the light always in beginning grabs primary focus, weaved into a mirror image, the lights in black space, the directions to follow.

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