Valentine’s Day is just around the corner; its a perfect day to reconnect and to remind each other what you mean to one another.
One of the most popular gifts on Valentine’s Day is chocolate and flowers. These are both a tried and true tradition on February 14, however, despite the giver’s best intentions, neither gift will last for very long. This year, I suggest you put a new twist on the traditional chocolate and flowers, and give my Chocolate Lily print to your loved one.
Chocolate lilies are a widespread but relatively uncommon plant in several places along the Pacific coast. I photographed these flowers last spring at one of their strongholds, the Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve, in the southern Santa Ana Mountains, near Murrieta California.
From now through February 14, I’m offering this print at a 30% discount. All other floral photography is 20% off.
And, if you’re wondering, my wife already has this print hanging in our house.