I believe that trees are almost – and very possibly actually – sentient beings. They are complex living organisms that respond to their environment. I often wonder what trees would say to […]
Continuing with monochrome images … I’ve done this image in color, along with lots more like it. I think the ranunculus is one of my favorite subjects for flower pictures. This monochrome […]
Continuing with monochrome nature and landscape images… Lakeside reeds photographed by the lake in Bruce Park, Greenwich.
Three black and white landscape images in this post. These are all existing images that I have re-edited in monochrome. The San Francisco Peaks (named by Franciscan Friars working with indigenous natives […]
There is a new newsletter out. In this edition: Calendars and planners, Visions of Nature book on sale, metal prints.
I have the following 2020 calendars and planners for sale: 2020 Jewelcase Calendars 2020 Jewelcase Calendars. 12 months, each 8 1/2 x 12 inch featuring a beautiful color image of rhododendrons and azaleas. […]
Rounding out a quartet of monochrome images over the past week… This Calla Lily was shot in the garden – Actually, in the woods, so it’s not a cultivated Calla Lily. Calla […]
Another benefit of monochrome processing, in my view, is that it’s possible to apply artistic effects in monochrome that would look unnatural or forced in the true color image. In a nature […]