mike finley photography

posted by the scholar on October 18th, 2007
filed under: art, photography

i am wild about pretty much anything pam zsori arranges and shows us on her housemartin blog, but i love it especially when she uses nigella, or love-in-a-mist. this is a gorgeous annual summer flower, with delicate fernlike foliage. it starts out as a stripey balloon shaped pod that gives way to a lovely round ruffled flower, and ultimately becomes a very unusual horned seed pod, self-sowing its own seeds.



this leads me to present to you these botanical works from uk fine art photographer mike finley. mike is inspired by plants and chooses to shoot them in monochrome to emphasize their unique forms.




mike is also the resident photographer at the lower moss wood wildlife hospital and nature reserve in cheshire, and has crafted a special collection from his work there.



view mike’s gorgeous portfolio and purchase his pieces on his website, and also at the efikim gallery. fyi, mike donates a portion of every sale from the lower moss wood collection to the hospital, so go forward and feel good about buying!

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6 Responses to “mike finley photography”

  1. sosser Says:

    gorgeous work! very inspiring.

  2. the scholar Says:

    tell me you love that baby hedgehog!

  3. Bri Says:

    OMG the baby hedgie is soooooooo cute! They are in my top 5 cutest animals ever, but curled up on someone’s hand…

  4. the scholar Says:

    hi bri,

    isn’t that photo amazing? i love all his work!

    thanks for the visit!

  5. Mike Finley Says:

    Hi there!

    glad you liked the photos … my site is in the middle of a rebuild, but I think all the images are still there!

  6. the scholar Says:

    hi mike,

    how very nice to see you! i love all your work and am looking forward to seeing your redesign.

    thanks for stopping by! 🙂

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