Saturday, 29 September 2018

Seeking cover photographs for future editions of PlantLife



PlantLife online magazine is looking for readers who would like to contribute a cover photograph for a future edition of PlantLife. View the original PlantLife post here.

The photograph should be eye-catching and should depict some aspect of the many wonders of southern African plant life, or scenery portraying rich biodiversity. Or it can be a a photograph of a botanical artwork.

Any photograph used for such a cover illustration will be acknowledged on the front cover.

Photographs should be 300 dpi resolution and be jpg files of not less than 2 Mb. 

And, of course, if any readers have interesting information to share with PlantLife subscribers in the form of an article, please let me know at the address below. The editorial team is looking for contributions from the Botanical Art community, so here's an opportunity to showcase your work and ideas!

Submissions should be sent to plantlife.editor@gmail.com

Saturday, 7 July 2018

PlantLife: Botanical Art Journal

A message to BAASA members from Graham Grieve,
the new e
ditor of the journal, PlantLife:

The Dawn of the Digital Edition is coming!
Dawn at Msikaba River mouth
The journal, 'PlantLife' up to now has been a glossy, hard copy journal published rather infrequently in recent years. I am taking it back to its origins as a more informal means of communication between amateur plant lovers and botanists.
It is to become a free-subscription fully electronic journal and I expect the first edition to be "published" around the end of July 2018.
You can subscribe by going to the PlantLife South Africa's website and fill in your email details in the "Follow by email" box.

I would like to encourage BAASA members to use PlantLife as a place to showcase their work. If any BAASA member would like to contribute, they can contact me at plantlife.editor@gmail.com.
For more information follow the link below: