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Category Archives: landscape
A LITTLE MEDICINE FOR THE COVID BLUES
Posted in color photography, fine art photography, Glacier National Park, landscape, national park Tagged sunset 1 Comment
Moving up to 2012 I want to share three interpretations of the same image. By this time, I was becoming more competent with my photo editing skills. I was fortunate to have access to work with the local Photoshop Users … Continue reading
NORTH JETTY NUMBER 47
From my recent postings, I sense the development of a theme that is based on my evolution as a so called fine art photographer. That evolution includes a certain amount of technical learning: both of trying to become familiar with … Continue reading
Sequestered at the Marsh
I took this photograph this afternoon. I’ve been watching this tree for several months, and I realized that it is starting to open its leaves to the sunlight. The tree will be full of foliage within days, hiding the bare … Continue reading
DRY LAGOON ALDERS
Yesterday around sunset.
MOUTH OF THE MAD RIVER
Overlooking the mouth of the Mad River at Clam Beach January 10, 2019.
MESSING AROUND WITH BLURRY IMAGES
Early morning light on the Alabama Hills and the eastside of the Sierra Nevada.
ALONG HUMBOLDT BAY
From the new trail alongside the bay.
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NEW RENDERINGS ON OLDER IMAGES
I am reworking some images of the past few years using new to me, techniques. I hope they speak to you.
UP COMING EXHIBIT
I am now directing some energy toward an exhibit of some of my legacy images. This is one that I am considering.
Posted in black and white, england, fine art photography, landscape, monochrome, Uncategorized 1 Comment