Soft and Colorful – Flower Photos by Jolanta Żychlińska

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Jolanta Żychlińska is a self-taught photographer from Legionowo, Poland, with a beautiful collection of flower and still life pictures. She’s always been passionate about photography, but for a while, she was so busy with work that she forgot about it. Then, a few years ago, she reached for her camera and rediscovered the relaxation and wonder she feels while taking pictures. “Photography lets me see things that I could not see without a camera,” she says. “It allows me to stop for a moment and enjoy what surrounds me.” Her beautiful work is an encouragement to anyone who’s given up photography, to go ahead and start again.

To see more of Jolanta’s pictures, visit her website, facebook page, or etsy shop.

purple flower

blue flower purple flower

pink tulips

blue flower white tulip

pink flower sunflower

white lilly yellow flower

pureple crocus white tulip

dried hydrangea

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  1. Suhasini Srihari

    Beautiful clicks Jolanta! I loved all the different angles and the explicit details being highlighted. And all the images have that softness which adds to the already existing beauty! Looking forward to see more clicks! :D

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  2. Jeannine Walker

    Beautiful tones, fresh lighting and the bokeh is the icing on the cake! =)

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  3. rkbhandari

    i want to be like u. i appricate & learn from your fine work. thanks.

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  4. myrtle

    WoW! Love your blog.=D

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  5. Brett

    Beautiful images. Excellent processing as well!

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