Miles of Light: Botanical Photography by Romina Bacci

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Photographer Romina Bacci lives in Texas, but she’s originally from Argentina and has travelled many times between North and South America. Her series of botanical photos, ‘Miles of Light‘, began as a photographic diary documenting her life on each continent. Her pictures not only express her fascination with nature, but also her desire to connect two distant lands through natural beauty.

To see more of Romina’s photography, visit her website, blog or Etsy shop.

Pepper Sprouts

Pepper Sprouts

Rocks and Twigs

Rocks and Twigs N2

Wing N1 green leaves

Wing N1

Vintage Flowers

Vintage Flowers

Star Anise Collection

Star Anise Collection

Green Forest

Green Forest

bird feathers

Bird

Rocks and Twigs N6

Rocks and Twigs N6

Dried Rose Collection

Dried Rose Collection

FOREST N1

Forest N1

Winter Series N2

Winter Series N2

Wood N1

Wood N1

Autumn Feathers

Autumn Feathers

Indoor Garden N3

Indoor Garden N3

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  1. Raissa Verblenden

    stunning work!

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  2. Jos Christopher

    The simplicity of these photographs make them so beautiful. I’m relatively new to the world of photography so I am trying to understand what photography means to people and how they use it. I can see from these photographs that you enjoy the simplicity of the everyday nature life. It’s nice to see photographs that do not seem to contain any editing. It gives the photographs a realistic feeling and not a fake and altered look. I always wonder what kind of photographs are edited to look nice, but after seeing this collection I realized that the photographs contain their own natural beauty. I think when photographs contain their own natural beauty they tend to give off much more emotion. I enjoyed seeing this pictures because they seem natural and free from editing.

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