Symmes' photography is in collections throughout the United States, in Japan and in Europe. He has also held one man exhibits at the U.S. National Aboretum in Washington, D.C. and in other galleries. His work has been published by the US Post Office, the Centennial Olympics Opening Ceremonies Program Book and other books and periodicals.
A Pod of Lotus by Edwin Symmes
Elevating Images and Inspirational Text to Help Rise Above Our Problems
"The photographs of flowers by Edwin Symmes capture the soul of the plant." Mr. Hein van der Zande, Director of Floriade, the once-a-decade horticultural extravaganza in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, where Symmes was invited to hold a solo exhibition.
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As an ovarian cancer survivor of two years I found this to be a very powerful book. I wish it could be put into the hands of every woman who is newly diagnosed with this disease. If I had had it at the time of my
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