“Garlic” Honored in the 10th Annual Color Awards
Garlic is not only wonderful in food, it can be great fun to photograph. Some types produce “scapes,”which visually are quite interesting. I made this photograph at the Tucson Botanical Gardens in May, 2015. I was in Tucson for a seminar to update my credentials as an American Rose Society Accredited Horticulture Judge, but I took time to visit the botanic gardens. This is only one of many photographs I took that day.
I was notified today that the image was a Nominee in the 10th Annual International Color Awards, in the Still Life Category. Some of you who read here regularly may recall seeing it before. It was juried into the 2015 Corrales Fine Arts Show, where I showed it on metal.
I thank the International Color Awards and the jurists for this year.
Google has a lot of different images of these scapes.