One of my favorite things to do is create coordinated photography sets.  It's a win-win for me and my fans.  :)  On my end, I really enjoy the challenge of creating new print groupings that have a specific theme and color.  For my fans, my sets are an easy way to create pretty art walls in their fuss with trying to coordinate prints, yay!

Meet my latest three photography sets below.  I think the coming summer months is inspiring me.... I love being outside in the warm weather, walking in the grass, on the beach and feeling more connected to nature.  I've included some notes below with each set so you can get a feel for my inspiration.  Each grouping is available as Fine Art Prints or Canvases, simply click on a set below to view them in my shop.


Beach Photography Art Prints by | Coastal Wall Decor


Blue Beach Photography Art Set

The grass picture above inspired me to create this new coastal art set.  I've always loved beach grass...I find it so calming just to sit and watch a warm summer breeze dance through grass on the dunes. version of paradise.  I thought the light, almost perperiwinkle-blue color would contrast in such a pretty way with the glowing warmth of the grass.

Grey Beach Photography by | Neutral Coastal Wall Decor

Neutral Beach Photography Set

Despite being known for my colorful beach photography, once in a while it's nice to tone things down a bit.  I've been wanting to create a coastal grouping like this in neutral tones for a while now.  Something that isn't totally black and white but not too colorful either.  I love this new set in greyish tones...just what I was envisioning.

Green Nature Photography Print Set by | Botanical Wall Art

Green Nature Photography Set

I love the color green and have a few groupings already in vibrant green tones.  I've always felt though that my portfolio is missing a nature set with more subtle green hues.  I'm so happy to finally offer this one.  My favorite print in this set is the leaf image I'm displaying larger above the other two.  I shot this picture in the indoor section of Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania.  I'm not exactly sure what this plant is but I found it in their cactus/succulent room.  The curving graceful shapes and lines of the leaves really caught my eye. 


Hope you enjoy the new sets!  Please help me spread the word about my work by pinning the images here on your Pinterest boards.  If you do, please leave the credit back to my blog intact.  Thank you!  I love what I do and want to share it with a wider audience so thank you!!  :) 

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~ Carolyn

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