Death Becomes You
This concludes my "Death Becomes You" series. Shot at a local public garden, I found these camellias at varying stages of decay soon after they had fallen to the ground.

I like the images because the mortal implications of aging and dying. I think most of us over the age of 40 begin to think about our morality a bit more. It is not death that I am uncomfortable. with but dying. So, I am a bit conflicted about this series and I am still not sure how much I like the images, but would love to hear your thoughts.

You can see more of my personal flora work at: http://www.carreonphotography.com/flora-photography.html

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Death Becomes You

Images of flora forms, elegant forms of organic energy which I round in local gardens and wildlands. It represents about a year's work and it sti Read More
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