Nature & Intimate Landscape Photographer Jeanette Gruszczynski In the Field of White Clovers

White clovers are classified as creeping perennial broadleaf plants that grow in clusters and are invasive. For people with lawns they are a pest while others overlook them in fields because  they are low to the ground and one must look closely to see how pretty they really are. I discovered them a long time ago as I spend a lot of time very low to the ground in the grass looking for subjects in nature to photograph. Seeing their delicate beauty I became fascinated and have been photographing them ever since that is how In the Field of White Clovers collection of Fine Art Nature images was born. I wanted to illustrate how I saw the white clovers and how beautiful they really are in the hopes of inspiring others to take a closer look. To achieve this, the images in this collection were created with either a Lensbaby Sweet 35 optic or a Lensbaby Sweet 50 optic both with macro converters.

In the Field of White Clovers

White clovers are classified as creeping perennial broadleaf plants that grow in clusters and are invasive. For people with lawns they are a pest while others overlook them in fields because they are low to the ground and one must look closely to see how pretty they really are. I discovered them a long time ago as I spend a lot of time very low to the ground in the grass looking for subjects in nature to photograph. Seeing their delicate beauty I became fascinated and have been photographing them ever since that is how In the Field of White Clovers collection of Fine Art Nature images was born.  I wanted to illustrate how I saw the white clovers and how beautiful they really are in the hopes of inspiring others to take a closer look. To achieve this, the images in this collection were created with either a Lensbaby Sweet 35 optic or a Lensbaby Sweet 50 optic both with macro converters.

Weeds are flowers too, once you get to know them.
— A.A. Milne