Abstract Art by Sharon Cummings
Growing up, my Mom always admonished me to “never feed the seagulls!” For one thing they may poop on your head and for another they can become aggressive and come for food that you have not released from your hands yet. Then Alfred Hitchcock came out with the movie “The Birds” which further instilled the idea that these creatures were angry little monsters. The truth is that I have been around these beauties of the beach my whole life and I have never been attacked. Yes, I have fed them (shhhhh….don’t tell Mom!). I find them to be shy and aloof most of the time. To photograph them, you have to be quiet and move gently. It is true that they will swarm for food, but that is just normal animal behavior. In this photographic art piece I try to capture their beauty and gentleness. These two look to be dancing…
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Laura Macky Photography
This image was created from a shot I took up on Mt. Diablo of the sun setting over the valley. I love this time of evening…it’s so quiet and the burst of color before nightfall is like one last yawn before bedtime.
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Priya Ghose Photography
Deep in the mysterious blues of ocean currents, jellyfish float through secret existences. An abstract alcohol ink painting on yupo paper.
I’ve spent the past couple of years struggling to hold my camera due to issues with my hands and arms. I was accustomed to living a life full of my pure love for photography – handholding 300mm lenses while stalking herons, keeping my body still in awkward positions for long periods of time to try and fulfill my vision for a photograph, planning trips and schedules around what, where, and when to photograph. I became incredibly frustrated, going through periods where I wasn’t able to photograph at all, and other times I had pain-filled outings that were struggles, no longer moments of joy. While I’ve never studied photography formally in a classroom setting (I’ve spent hours pouring over books and online lessons and experimenting with different techniques), I did…
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Striking Photography by Bo
We just got back from a few days off the grid, hanging out with moose in the indian peaks wilderness area. Here is a view and reflections from Brainard Lake of the Indian Peaks Wilderness area, in Boulder County Colorado with the Milky Way overhead in the Sky. This is my all time favorite place on the planet. A planned astrophotography shot for a long time. We were lucky to get clear skies.
The Indian Peaks Wilderness is a wilderness area located in north central Colorado, west of Boulder, managed jointly by the United States Forest Service and the National Park Service within the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and small parts of the southern section of Rocky Mountain National Park. It borders the James Peak Wilderness to the south, and straddles the Continental Divide. The area receives very high visitation due to its proximity to the Boulder and…
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