Monday, March 19, 2012

Tony Mendoza


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P.S. Off topic, but if you have a minute could you please update your blog roll to include my new web address: drollgirl.com?  Thank you!!!!!



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15 comments:

Lara said...

Spring has sprung!
I love taking pics of flowers in my neighborhood! Need to get under them... try a different perspective!

chloe said...

oh my gosh, they're lovely!

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

That perspective from below is pretty darn cool!

melifaif said...

aHHHH.....I am so in love!!!! I always wanna do this. And then I imagine what he looked like while capturing these. lol. Hope he was alone!!! Kidding. Art is pain. Oh, wait! That's beauty right? Whatever. I love these.

SabinePsynopsis said...

S-s-s-surreal. Love these photos, especially the garlic flowers.

Claire Kiefer said...

I struggle to admit that I'm just not into nature photography. I kinda hate it about myself, cause I feel like there's something deficient in me that I can't adequately appreciate these things. But when I see an up close flower on instagram, I just keep on scrolling. Matt would say it's cause I move too fast and don't stop to observe and appreciate things. And then I'd argue that I'd stop and observe if the photo/object were controversial, about humans, contained an overt political message or cultural commentary, etc. Different strokes?

Carey Brown Strombotne said...

he certainly knows how to make nature look otherworldly. very cool!

rach said...

your a dot com now? Im impressed! :) I love the wildflowers....makes me feel like spring isnt so far away!

Kathryn said...

Lovely. He really has an eye for capturing their beauty.

diane said...

Wow! That's it, just wow. And maybe Holy Cow.

Dancing Branflake said...

I love the lighting, especially in the last shot.
So you're a dot.com now, huh? No more blogger? I think the first time I visited your blog you were saying how they emailed you because you violated their terms of use for monetizing. I laughed so hard.

Trissta said...

I do enjoy Tony's work. His lighting gets me kinda crazy, though. It makes everything very surreal and is spectacular. Reminds me of the dreamy-ness of Alice in Wonderland when she wanders through the garden.

Much Love,
Trissta

Kitty Stampede said...

love these!!! brings new life to floral photos. makes me want to try some new angles in the great nature world.

Megan said...

These are all just extraordinarily beautiful photos. I want to buy the prints and hang them in my home office so I can gaze at them and feel happy on days when I am in a bad mood. Spring is my favorite season and I'm glad it's back because I've missed the pretty flowers.

bananas. said...

ooh drollgirl.com huh? aren't you all grown up and shit.

think i need to follow.