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I suspect the reason why plants are popular subjects for photography has something to do with their availability, low cost and intrinsic comely looks. When out of ideas, what could be easier than heading to the florist to pick up a quiet, static and utterly compliant subject. Instead of telling a story with the pictures, we can just open a Design 101 textbook and match the basic visual concepts with illustrations.
Axial symmetry
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sharp points everywhere
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For lack of better ideas, we can start with symmetry, axial or radial.
Fresh green
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Radial symmetry
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after the rain
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soft and cuddly
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Dominant colors would work, too. And don't foget water droplets, they make the flowers look fresh and your image stale.

a blade of grass
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leathery leaf
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meaning?
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one big mother
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Contrast pattern with its individual components.

worse for the wear
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Your viewers will admire anything, be they charmingly pale pastels or brashly vivid pure saturated hues. As long as the image is pretty and does not require the audiences to engage brain cells, you stand a chance of being called a great photographer.

plants by the lake
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vivid orange
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I have provided a few more images for you to try your hand at creative title writing. See if you can make the mundane plants appear deep and important to the wannabe art connoisseurs.

alpine plant
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trite subject
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You could comment on the "heroism" of the tiny tree that grew in a rock crevice. Or describe the "social spirit" of the flowers above.

color vibration
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same old ugly
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Find six ways to describe the blue in relation to yellow. Show off your knowledge of scientific-sounding terms when describing the spikey mess.

red and juicy
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water lilly
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When in doubt, let the viewers come up with their own theories. Then you can nod thoughtfully as the poor suckers make theories about all the deep meaning they find in your work...

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