This abstract design is an original photograph of a banana leaf. It was shot at close range, so to speak, focusing on the ribbing of the leaf as it grows out from the center spine. The curving bands of light green shift in color from yellow green in the shadows to a more blueish green in the sunlight.
This design is an original photograph of flowering coral plant, often called a coral palm. The photo is a closeup, showing the intricate details of the bloom, the way the light yellow green stem turns into lots of little stems in deep pink, with tiny yellow flowers at the tips. The colors are set off by a very dark background with a touch of pale blue sky at the top.
This abstract floral design was made from an original photograph of wildflowers, from the point of view of someone lying around in the grass, that is, very close up. The tiny pink flowers are scattered across the lawn amid spring green and bright aqua blue stems and leaves.
This canvas camouflage pattern is designed for those times when you want to be noticed. The original design is made of traditional camouflage shapes in muted colors, earth tones of tan, rust, light and olive drab greens. But throughout this are round shapes emerging through the camo in bright electric blue. The pattern has the texture of canvas.
The young, green and orange tropical plant in this original photograph is called a screw pine. It is actually a distant relative of palm trees, called "screw pine" because of the spiraling way it grows, and the fruits that look like pine cones.