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Camas, Washington

Photomontage inspired by my hometown of Camas, in Southwestern Washington State on the banks of the Columbia river, and the flower that names it.  This image (without my copyright notice) is also available as a high definition print on a variety of surfaces, at FineArtAmerica.com: (https://fineartamerica.com/featured/camas-washington-john-christopher.html?newartwork=true)  (or: http://bit.ly/2iyFt5Z).  It is available in sizes up to [...]

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Queen Lily

A fine specimen of a multicolored Lily dominates this scene, framed against the “earth shadow” of an early Summer evening.

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Intimate Rhododendron

Close-up, intimate view of a Rhododendron flower in Spring bloom. Seen near the Northern Oregon Coast in mid-June 2017

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Gold trim

Closeup on a bicolor tulip

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Dahlia Explosion

Last month I visited a Dahlia farm, a little south of Portland.
It was a brilliant, sunny day.  They said perhaps it would be the last such day we will be seeing this year.  And that may well be.
The sun was so bright that day and the colors so intense and mesmerizing… For a moment I [...]

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Cute as a button?

A scene from the micro world. “Bachelor’s button” is the most common name for the little blue flower that glows so nicely on cloudy days.  A bright buttercup offers complementary counterpoint.

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Greetings from Camas

The tiny, delicate flower (Camas Lily) that names our hometown

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