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Schwartzman, Steven

Long-time photographer Steven Schwartzman became interested in native plants in 1999, and since then he has striven to portray them artistically. That has often meant kneeling down or lying on the ground in order to see them in new ways. In addition to photographing flowers, he has focused on other features and stages in a plantís development, including buds, new growth, tendrils, and leaves or stems changing color. He has been fascinated by some of the forms that plants take on as they go to seed and even after they dry out.

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Acalypha radiansCardinal's feather
Cardinal feather
Acourtia runcinataFeatherleaf desertpeony
Peonia
Aesculus glabra var. argutaOhio buckeye
White buckeye
Texas buckeye
Aesculus pavia var. paviaScarlet buckeye
Red buckeye
Southern buckeye
Firecracker plant
Aesculus pavia var. paviaScarlet buckeye
Red buckeye
Southern buckeye
Firecracker plant
Agalinis heterophyllaPrairie false foxglove
Prairie agalinis
Prairie false-foxglove
Ambrosia trifidaGreat ragweed
Giant ragweed
Anemone berlandieriTen-petal thimbleweed
Ten-petaled anemone
Windflower
Southern anemone
Granny's nightcap
Andropogon glomeratusBushy bluestem
Brushy bluestem
Argemone albiflora ssp. texanaBluestem pricklypoppy
White pricklypoppy
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