Aa I’ve traveled the beautiful world I learned to slow down and take in the beauty of the skies at sunset….. here are a few I thought I’d share with you.
One of my favorite images I captured while traveling through Europe.
Seeing the walls of Belfast was a very emotional moment for me. I can remember as a child watching the news and seeing the sadness that came with the violence and how it touched me so young, many times bringing me to tears. I was way to young to understand what was actually happening and what it was about but I knew this moment in history sadden me deeply, so being able to visit and giving my respect and a silent prayer was extremely meaningful to me.
My husband and I just returned from an amazing trip where we visited London, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. Every city we visited was absolutely amazing and the countryside was the most vivid green I’ve ever seen. Below are just a few images I’ve taken and edited and have some many more to review, edit and share.
The wildness of Central Washington is amazingly beautiful……. the powerful Columbia River and the Wild Horse Monument are located in Vantage and the prairie image was taken in Sprague Washington. Many people think Washington is rainy and green however Central Washington has some very harsh prairie lands with beauitful landscapes to be capture by any photographer.
Marshall Lake is located in Newport Washington, and is just one of nature’s beauties we have here. Our family has been visiting this lake for four generations and have enjoyed fishing for the best Rainbow Trout you can find.
After a busy week I always look forward to hitting the water and taking in the peaceful moments of this glorious lake.
Spring is my favorite time of year I get so excited to photograph all the beautiful flowers that are in bloom. I love the colors, shapes and textures and I have so much fun with editing the images to see what I can create.
Gordon (my camera) and myself took a stroll together through the neighborhood and captured wild flowers, I loved the poppies that were growing randomly in a yard that we passed by so I could help but capture their beauty.
As a photographer, I am really trying to explore my editing skills in multiple programs and just letting my artistic skills grow. There are times that one image can take on so many forms that I find I struggle with what image I like the most. I guess that is the hardest thing for an artist to deal with and I beginning to think your first instinct is actually the best…. DON’T OVER THINK YOUR ART