Posts Tagged ‘Photographer



15
Dec
12

Photography: Unconsidered, Unnoticed

End Cap Bottom Stairsx

Everyday events that go unnoticed, unconsidered, yet take place day to day, year after year. Such is the matter of the above end cap at the bottom of the staircase in our home. The family has resided in this home in varying degrees for 5900+ days…the staircase has never been re-painted. Day after day, the family of four has gone up and down the stair case and pivoted or balanced on at least one of the several end caps along the staircase. This unnoticed, unimportant, unconsidered event came to mind today as I considered the worn and dinged up staircase. Paint chipped, faded paint, the type of thing you come to recognize when you stand back and see the wear and tear of 16 years. Yep, nothing to do with fly fishing or the great outdoors…just unnoticed parts of life.

17
Nov
12

Historic Photography: Timothy Sullivan (1840-1882)

Paiutes by Timothy Sullivan

The short lived Timothy Sullivan captured images of the Civil War and the American West.

09
Sep
12

Photography: Quick Snap of My Little Green Friend

While working at the Hoarding House today, I was encountering somewhat sleepy pests and critters. Two Yellow Jackets ended up on my neck, falling from a Birch tree as I moved beneath the leaves, brushing by enough to dislodge them. Luckily, I didn’t get nailed.

Sitting on my shoulder, having walked down from my neck. After the yellow jackets, I am glad I didn’t freak out and do damage brushing the little guy off.

But another friend, a little green friend somehow ended up on my neck and shoulder and stayed long enough to pose before fluttering off. I am not sure what the little guy is, but a brilliant green body, wings, red eyes and red bands on the legs caught my eye.

Final pose before taking flight into the vegetation nearby.

08
Aug
12

Steven Laurent’s Fish Eye Design (You Want to Be There!)

I am so taken by the visual. Perhaps most of us are. I love to read and appreciate the art of putting the visual into words. But, for raw impact, for the gut check ‘whoa!’, the impact of photography upon me is often profound.

Steven Laurent’s work has just such an impact upon me. I am by no means an expert in photography, but something in me appreciates the angle, the earthiness, the edge of Laurent’s shots. They resonate in my gut. The black and white photographs make me edgy and ‘suffer’ from wanderlust. I love his work!

Steven Laurent Photography…Amazing

Every shot seems on the fly, real and has that robust energy that puts you there. The anticipation and excitement are felt. It is where you want to be. The black and white work with shadows and a sense of motion are magical. Check out his beautiful work. I have been so busy of late that probably you already have found his work and I am just now catching up to a masterful artist. 




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