I Love the Imagination of Light

John O’Donahue writes, “I love the imagination of light: how gradually light will build a mood for the eye to discover something new.…This glimpse serves to deepen the presence of [what we’re seeing] and remind the eye that surface can be subtle and surprising.” (Beauty: The Invisible Embrace, p. 34)

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Intrigued by Rock Abstracts

At Talus Lodge on the border between British Columbia and Alberta, I was intrigued by abstracts in the rocks plus highlights provided by lichen (in addition to enjoying the high alpine hikes and wildflowers). Each square metre of the glacial deposits offered one interesting rock abstract after another. I could only capture a fraction of […]

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Exploring Larger Photos

When I started exploring macro photography, I captured what I could see within the constraints of the lens. Sometimes, however, what interested me was larger than the frame of the lens.

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