Wildflower images are demonstrations of the innate beauty and composition that can be found in nature. Pieces like 'Four Poppies' by Paul Edmondson or 'Tulip Magnolia 2' by Thea Shrack are beautifully elegant examples of these types of works. Dandelions are also popular choices for these works. Although wildflowers are a separate category from garden variety blossoms, in framed flower photography, wildflower photography is generally described as being blossoms that are found and captured in nature. As such, lilies, tulips, and even roses can count as wildflower images so long as they are depicted in a natural setting. Among natural photography enthusiasts, these works are the most fascinating because it shows the natural beauty and symmetry of nature.
For consumers, these examples of floral photography are a celebration of life, a single still moment of joy. These works are commonly used in offices and homes. Additionally, more formal works are suitable for nearly any venue in which blossom photography vivid decorative options are required. In homes, these works are also displayed prominently and to great effect. For interior designers, these works grant them a unique color opportunity.