monochrome flower photography

Requiem Memoriae

Small flowers, easily forgotten, just as easily as memories

Sine Qua Non Photography: images by Nathanael Handlang

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A macro shot of a white Chrysanthemum taken at home using natural daylight. The aim of this image was to highlight the intricate curves, softness and mood of a flower that reminds me of my childhood (my Grandad is a fan of them).

Hope.

As it was St Davids Day and Ash Wednesday last week, I decided that the Daffodil was an apt subject for a shoot. This was due to it being the national flower of Wales and nicknamed ‘Lent Lily’ as it flowers during the Christian period of Lent. I chose the title of this image ‘Hope’ as the Daffodil is a symbol of rebirth and new beginnings. Also, according to Welsh folklore, if you spot the first daffodil of the season, your next 12 months will be filled with wealth!