Flowers A Collection Of Images

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
A selection of some of my best pictures of flowers from my collection.

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About Rik Hunik

Rik Hunik was born in Nelson, British Columbia, Canada, in 1957, and has lived his entire life in BC, except for a few summers in Alberta, and a few days in Washington State climbing rocks. He has lived in Ymir, Wells, Quesnel, Prince George, Quesnel, North Vancouver, Quesnel, Burnaby, North Delta, and Quesnel. I live with my wife Jo and a blue-eyed, white cat named Mister. I mostly build houses and shops to earn a living but I'm also a writer, poet, artist, photographer, role playing game designer and independent e-book publisher. I’ve written dozens of stories, including fantasy, horror, sword & sorcery, mystery, humor, erotica, and science fiction, frequently combining genres. Forty have been published in small press magazines and e-zines, from the 200-word "The Hole" in Ascent Aspirations, to the 10,000-word novelette "Levels" in Buzzy Mag, published in May, 2012. Some of them are available now as ebooks at Smashwords.
Contact me at: rikhunik@hotmail.com

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About the Series: Art Books
Collections of my photography and artwork.

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Reviews

Robinsville Publishing reviewed on on May 29, 2015

This is a lovely book, the roses look especially good!!!!!
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Delete Delete reviewed on on Feb. 28, 2015

Flowers has a unique view that most people do not 'see', the minute detail of a Master Creator. The beauty in the flower as a whole, but then a closer look, almost as if using a magnifying glass, to see the tiny middle of a flower, the veins. The perfection of order (vs. chaos) in the reproductive system of a flower. Catching the small bee or other pollinator at work, while we ordinarily walk by not noticing the vital work at hand by a small pollinator; that gives us our food, our sustenance of life. Also, perfection doesn't own the eye of the beholder, flowers holding-their own, beaten by the elements, elegantly hold their head held high.
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