I photographed “Bradshaw Mountains Poppies” north of Phoenix near Black Canyon City, Arizona.
Nowhere is the power of numbers more boldly reflected than in these fields of Mexican and Golden poppies captured from a mile in the air. (Available in both horizontal and vertical formats.)
See all my latest “Views from the Flying Carpet” aerial Fine Art Metal Prints, including “Cloud Quilt,” “Earthbound Rainbow”, “Flaming Autumn Aspens,” and a new vertical crop of my iconic, “Sunset Rains.” (I’ve received numerous requests for that image to fit vertical spaces, but it took me awhile to get it just right.)
The Great New Year’s Pine Cone Drop!
And here’s my latest “Down to Earth” terrestrial Fine Art Metal Print, “The Great Pine Cone Drop,” celebrating New Year’s at downtown Flagstaff’s historic Old Weatherford Hotel.
See all my latest “Down to Earth” prints including, “Supermoon Rises over Kachina Wetlands.”
Many thanks to all who have invested in my photography products to date, including Fine Art Metal Prints, and Pilot Achievement Plaques.
Happy New Year!
2 thoughts on “Poppies and Pinecones: Greg’s latest Fine Art Photography Metal Prints”
These are just amazing photos, Greg. You are so talented and have a great eye for photography!!
I hope you and Jean are surviving the cold in Flagstaff. I saw this morning that it was 7 degrees up there. Brrrrr!!!! h.
Thank you, Heather! And yes we are more than surviving–so great to have snow on the ground after such an extended drought. And given the cold temps I’ve been able to get in some x-c skiing even with relatively little snow. Hope you and the family are doing’ great!