I like this photo from our nature project because of the colors and textures it embodies.
I shot this at Woodway Park down by the beach area. I find it interesting because of the mysterious feel it has.
I took this picture simply because the lighting was PERFECT at the moment, just peeking through the branches. This picture feels so whimsical.
I love my mommy and so therefore I took this picture for my portraits project.
I titled this photo "Holding On" because as soon as I took the picture the wind picked up and the dandelion seeds all blew off into the distance.
I took this picture when I was at the Arboretum. Flowers make me so happy so I'm really excited this photo turned out fairly well.
I shot this photo for our photo essay assignment and I love all the wrinkly texture of the flowers in the background.
The vibrant purple hue of this flower caught my eye one day as I was enjoying nature. I like the height of the flower because it makes it stand out from a lot of other ones.
I shot this in the on-campus studio for our portrait project. Model Kathryn Bell happens to be a good friend of mine and I enjoyed working with her.
I enjoy roses for the romantic mindset they can put any girl in. They embody simplistic beauty and the light in this picture emphasizes that soft, sweet feel that roses create.
I shot these wildflowers at Whitehall Park in Woodway, TX for our photo essay project. Wildflowers tend to remind me of myself.
I love this photo because it was my first successful merger to take. I used this in our nature assignment this year and to this day it is still one of my favorite pictures.
I titled this "add a little flair" because these flowers somehow remind me of Spanish dancers. Their red hot color makes me think if they were a person, they'd be fiesty and fierce