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Alabama is home to wonderful plant and wildlife, both indigenous and imported. While photographing these plants and animals is not my strongest pursuit, I certainly try not to neglect them.

Thank you for visiting the galleries of Jeremy Richter Photography. You will find that by and large, the groupings are made by geographical area. However, there are also some galleries that are determined by their subject matter. Additionally, because there are so many photos from Alabama, those have been separated by subject matter as well.

If you want to see an individual photo larger, click on the thumbnail for that photo. While viewing the photo, mousing over the left edge of the photo will present additional options. To see a photo even larger, and with "the lights dimmed," click on it again. While the "lights are dimmed," you can advance to the next photo by using the page advance button on the far right side of the screen or go back to a previous photo by using the page back button on the far left. To exit the "dimmed lights" mode, click the gray X in the upper right corner.

Most of the photos displayed are available for purchase (some are for portfolio/viewing only). Prints (framed & unframed, matted & unmatted) are available. To purchase a single photo, click the Buy button (shopping cart icon) in the upper right while viewing that photo. You can also select multiple photos for purchase by clicking the Select option on image thumbnails. Then, select your preferred options to configure your purchase (including size and frame options for prints).
White Morning Glory and LeavesPurple Morning GloryPurple Morning Glory with Clouded Yellow ButterflyMorning Glory in Late SummerRed Spider Lily in Brookside, AlabamaPurple Passion Flower at Red Mountain ParkSpurred Butterfly Pea (Centrosema virginianum)Spurred Butterfly Pea on the Rails to TrailsCommon Mullein (Verbascum thapsus)Leaf-Footed Bugs on Common MulleinCommon Mullein along the Rails to TrailsSpring Has Sprung and Fall Has Fell, ISpring Has Sprung and Fall Has Fell, IIPink Giant Hibiscus at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens IWhite Rose of Sharon HibiscusPurple HibiscusPink HibiscusAutumn Coral Encore Azalea at the Birmingham Botanical GardensPurple Coneflower IPurple Water Lilies in the Rain at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens