Appearance on “An Artist Speaks”

On Saturday, I was interviewed by Michael Harris with CAGO (Contemporary Art Gallery Online) Media for “An Artist Speaks”. It was very exciting to be interviewed and a great opportunity to share my thoughts and feelings around/about my photography. If you have 30 minutes or so please go to the interview and then let me know what you think of it or any questions.

I’ll also share the photos here that I talked about in the interview. Enjoy!

After the Shower

After The Shower

Alaskan reflection NAMED

Alaskan Reflection

Sit With Me

Sit With Me

Allis Chalmers

Allis Chalmers

Ambience in Nature

I truly love nature. So when I saw the Daily Post Photo Challenge of Ambience I knew I wanted to go with the nature application of the theme. Enjoy!

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Hot Springs, AR – the hot springs bring a special feel to the town. You can walk around and find the hot water steaming in many different places. With the sun it makes┬áthe steam a beauty.

 

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Beavers Bend State Park in Broken Bow, OK – with the stillness of the river which runs through the park the rocks with their varied colors made a perfect reflection.

 

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Multnomah Falls, OR – The green beauty of the area around the falls paired with the spectacular waterfall makes it a quiet step into nature. There are so many areas around the Falls to explore and immerse yourself into nature.

 

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Beavers Bend State Park in Broken Bow, OK – Even in the fall the river and all of the natural landscape make this park a relaxing experience. My husband (you can see him in the middle of the photo) enjoys fishing and I immerse myself in all that nature has to show me. It’s a wonderful way to take some zen time…

Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections

This week’s Weekly Photo Challenge of Reflections was admittedly an easy one for me. But I don’t often like easy – they are supposed to be challenges. So I looked back in my photos to see if I could find a reflection that I might have missed. This is the one that I found. It is our own pond after a winter snow – which seems appropriate because it is a smoldering 29 degrees here, according to Swackett.

Enjoy!

snowy pond