WHITE SANDS, NEW MEXICO
Monday, March 1, 2010
OH! IT’S JUST A PHOTOGRAPH
Getting off the beaten path to find new scenes is one of the things that I enjoy the most about my photography. I’m always curious about what lies ahead or around the bend, and going that extra yard for a better view has given me some hair rising experiences. A good example was when I was driving on a narrow mountain road enclosed on both sides by aspen trees in my open CJ7 Jeep, and a bear the size of a refrigerator came running out from a side trail, with the only way I could go was in reverse.
And what about while I was standing on a ledge at Toroweep Point in the Grand Canyon, ready to take a photo, when I felt cold air on my leg, looked down and saw the Colorado River flowing 3000 feet below through a space in the rocks.
standing on the edge of eternity in a blizzard at Cedar Breaks, Utah;
What an exciting and interesting photo-adventure this day has been. I love it when I am drawn to an area and not knowing what to expect I get treated to new experiences.
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Photography places me in the moment where I can share that moment in time. It becomes a life story as represented by my interaction with the scene. The happiness and beauty or the sorrow and strife; how I focus leaves a lasting impression that might touch the viewer on a spiritual level.
"Reflecting Nature's Artistry"
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