“If we do not permit the earth to produce  beauty and joy, it will in the end not produce food either.”
Joseph Wood Krutch, naturalist (1893-1970)


This image was made for a “scanography” assignment in my photography class.  To read about scanography, click HERE.

My instructor, Alison Hahn, is a wonderful scanography artist.  You may view her work HERE. Alison’s work will be featured in an exhibition titled “Enduring Transience”  November 14 through December 19 at the Yeiser Art Center.


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11 Responses to Asparagus

  1. Lisa says:

    this looks delicious!

  2. Bo Mackison says:

    My first thought when I saw this was “ah, scanner” and now you’ve inspired me. Think I’ll give it a try this weekend.

    The asparagus is perfect with the raffia added1 Really lovely.

  3. elk says:

    this is lovely, who thought asparagus could ? Sue I have a sweet blog friend that does this so well!

  4. Anita says:

    Excellent job, Sue! Simple and effective. I’ve seen some gorgeous images created this way, but have never tried them.

  5. Toni says:

    Now you’re making me wish my scanner worked (a power outage took it out). This is a cool concept and one that would be fun to explore. Excellent job with the asparagus, Sue!

  6. My favorite veggie!!!

  7. Marcie says:

    What a terrific photo-process. Love the image!!!

  8. Tracy says:

    That is a beautiful bouquet! :o)

  9. susanne49 says:

    Scanning is fun and very creative. Your result is fantastic, Sue!

  10. Mary says:

    So cool… Thanks for sharing this technique.. I may give it a whirl sometime!

  11. Bob Towery says:

    Definitely a nice foodie shot!

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