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The Bramble Rubus fruiticosus is a fruiting shrub of the rose family. Its dense bushes provide valuable protection for nesting birds and good habitat for a range of other small animals. The thick, arching stems of the scrambling plant are protected by an army of sharp thorns. Its flowers can be white or pink, turning first to green, then red, then finally blackberries.

Photograph by Sue Bishop

About Sue Bishop

Sue Bishop specialises in flower and landscape photography. Her aim is to create an image that goes beyond a simple record of its subject and becomes art, and her compositions are a celebration of colour, light and shape.  Her distinctive images are impressionistic and ethereal, with a simplicity of composition, evoking her love of the natural world. 

Sue has exhibited her work many times in venues including the Mall Galleries and Christies, London, and in 2004 she held a six week solo exhibition at the Royal Horticultural Society’s Lindley Library in London SW1.  As well as selling prints of her images, she has contributed photographs and articles to photographic magazines and has sold work for use in travel brochures, calendars and books.  

Flower photography is a particular passion, and Sue has written two books on the subject, "Photographing Flowers", which was published in Spring 2004, and "Digital Flower Photography", published in Autumn 2008. Her most recent book, "Color, Light & Composition", covers general principles of photography and is illustrated with both landscape and flower images, and was published in January 2010.

Sue is an inspirational lecturer and experienced workshop leader.  In 1994 she founded Light & Land, a company that organises photographic holidays all over the world.

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