Featured in ‘The Art of Still Life’

The Cymbidium is Dr. Len Geyserland, and it is shown on my back porch with woven baskets and a wooden printer’s block.
Picasa used for main effects and Photoshop Elements to clean up etc.
The Castro area of San Francisco.

Canon PowerShot SD780


orchid photograph, still life, flower, orchid, cymbidium miniature, cym dr len geyserland, heart basket, wood printers block, kisses, valentine, canon point and shoot, oneofacard, michael may

My thoughts, art is to enjoy…to capture the moment or to process the idea.
I started with a pocket Canon Elph usually with an armful or 2 of groceries,
I’ve upgraded and now use a Canon EOS 550D and Photoshop Elements along with Picasa.
My aim is to make you smile. Come back often, there’s always something new.

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  • Evita
    Evitaabout 1 year ago

    Beautiful work!

    Click on the link below to view your feature and congratulate your fellow artists
    The Art Of Still Life ~ FEATURE GALLERY ~ July 4th, 2013

  • Thanks Evita, and congrats to all!

    – Michael May

  • trueblvr
    trueblvrabout 1 year ago

    This is so lovely Michael

  • Thanks so much Diane!

    – Michael May

  • GardenJoy
    GardenJoyabout 1 year ago

    Beautiful orchid, I envy you your green thumb.. My poor orchid needs help (lol) it’s leaves are shriveled and no flowers since I re-potted it.. So what’s your secrete?

  • First, right medium, then right lighting. Send me a note and let’s chat!

    – Michael May

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