Princess of Spring 

Fuschia bright she leans to greet – that spring Azalea




The Water Lily, according to numerous horticulture websites: (The Nymphaea waterlilies) perfectly symbolise innocence, purity, fertility, pleasure, celebration, hope, rebirth, wellness, and peace. All ancient cultures around the world have associated the white lilies with gods and spirituality.

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One of life’s treasures…as the weather warms and the sun shines, the heart shaped leaves create a foundation for the gentle white bloom.

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Inspired by Claude Monet and his paintings, I photograph and design to capture this purity!

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There is so much beauty in life!

Magnificence of Spring and Summer

Southern Magnolia, evergreen, kingdom of Plantae and named after French botanist Pierre Magnolia. Having lived for millions of year it’s symbolic of magnificence and large, fragrant flower. Another significant fact of the Magnolia: fertilization occurs from beetles, not bees.

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The flower and buds have been used in traditional Chinese medicine, known as hou po. The leaves are often used for wrapping food and in some parts of the world as a cooking dish. In Louisiana and Mississippi, the Magnolia is the official State flower and tree.

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Living in the South, I resonate with this beautiful bloom mostly through its stardom in the movie “Steel Magnolias” and in numerous local images of the South. The sweet fragrance permeates the spring and summer air, giving confirmation of living in the South.

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Because of its beauty and fragrance, the symbolism of its roots, trunk, leaves, shade and flora combine to create magnificence of life and its journey.

Neon Florals

Photography and Image Design by: Lori Harris

I love playing in photoshop with photos…contorting an image, pushing the limits of color and light, and most of all capturing an image and redefining its natural expectation to the average eye.


I flirt with the abstract as I manipulate my image with technology, producing an image, if compared to its origin, would pose the question why. Fortunately, there is no need to show a before and after, only my finished image sticks with me as I archive the original.


No matter…I like them; I thoroughly enjoy the process of utilizing my tools while discovering each image uniqueness.