Exuberant carpets of delicate wildflowers in a landscape setting create an ideal heaven for nature photographers. Sue Bishop visited Texas to photograph the endless carpets of wildflowers; here is her story
As a photographer who loves to photograph both flowers and landscapes, my idea of heaven is somewhere with swathes of beautiful flowers in a landscape setting! As a result, I am always on the lookout for possible locations; be that wildflowers among the dry stone walls of Swaledale in England in June, fields of summer lavender in the French Provence, candy-floss almond blossom in February in Spain, or spring flowers carpeting the barren landscape of Namaqualand in Africa, all of which are fabulous destinations. I am not sure now where I first heard about the bluebonnets of Texas, but the idea was in the back of my mind for a few years. Then, in January 2010, I had one of those impulsive moments and…
Read this and many more articles in High Definition inside issue 38 of Landscape Photography Magazine.