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Friends and anyone following my blog on photography, I have been taking a little break since Spring 2014 in order to finish my EdD dissertation. I expect to be back posting in December, 2014. Thanks for your patience and I … Continue reading
There were over 140,000 entries to the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards, so it is a comprehensive world survey of what is going on in photography today and close to a miracle to make the shortlist for the competition! I’ve … Continue reading
It is hard to tell if summer will ever arrive in Richmond, Virginia this year, but a good omen is the announcement of the opening of Unbound2!, the annual summer invitational exhibition at Candela Books + Gallery running July 5 … Continue reading
(Puche, 2013b) The landscape of nature is like the human figure – it is a subject with endless possibilities for expression. Photographs of the environment can be appreciated simply for their depiction of beauty; they can reveal truths about our … Continue reading
From Light Gestures Palm Folio. See more….
Landscapes of light from Maine. See more>>>
Santa Fe light and the state flower combine to radiate energy and light…see more>>>
A tree falls over a mountain stream. The violence and cracks like shots last for seconds. Then the silence of running water. For years the water strips away bark and leaves, polishing and burnishing the wood to a pale gray … Continue reading
Photography of nature is a popular past time for many. Although it isn’t necessarily easy to pull off nature photography well, it is a pretty easily accessible subject, often spectacular, and doesn’t talk back. There are no modeling fees involved, … Continue reading
…something I’m trying out…merging two realities inside one moment.