Jo Ann Tomaselli ~ Visual & Verbal Reflections

Blue hour dawn long exposure art photo SLIP SLIDIN’

Jo Ann Tomaselli ~ Fine Art Photography

A sliver of a moon appears in the blue-hour dawn as sunrise breaks the horizon.

A long exposure paints the sky deep blue and the water silken.

Mother Nature beautifully illuminates the Carolina Coast – yet again.  Amen!







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V.A.L.E.N.T.I.N.E.S. Day Is In The Bag!!

Awesome work as always!

Abstract Art by Sharon Cummings

EverlastingFBValentine’s Day jitters?  Jewelry, flowers and perfume are so passe.  Your love isn’t old school, so don’t let your gift be either!  Colorful loving art will add a personal touch to your expression of amour.  You can even go a step further and write a love note on the back.  Spray it with your cologne/perfume.  Or how about taping an engagement ring to the verso??

Art is a gift that will last a LIFETIME!!  And every time your loved one looks at it, it will make them smile. 🙂

I have consolidated ALL of my romantic art into one big gallery here:

And as a way to show my LOVE for all of my fans and collectors, here is a Valentine’s Day COUPON CODE:  LDJBPK

The code works on everything in my portfolio too. 🙂

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Lightning Striking Longs Peak Foothills 4C Art Print

Striking Photography by Bo

Lightning Striking Longs Peak Foothills 4

Lightning bolts, cloud to ground striking the front range foothills of the Colorado Rocky Mountains in north Boulder County.  A view of the Twin Peaks, Mount Meeker 13,911 ft. and Longs Peak 14,256 ft. in the distance.

This storm came in fast about 8:30 pm, one thing I have learned about Colorado Lightning storms in the springtime… they come in fast, leave the same way and do not last long.  For me as soon as I saw some flashed in the sky, out the door and landed where I could to get a composition view of Longs Peak. As I was set up shooting a farmer showed up to deliver 8 boxes of live bees, he told me hopefully it will all go well. Lucky for me it did.

The Lightning was all over in less than twenty minutes.  It moved north but died out.  Looking forward to the…

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