This image was made a few years back at the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens in Vail, Colorado. The right side of the image was horribly overexposed but I rather like the extreme contrast between it and the darker, rich green moss on the left.
This is a photo from a couple of years ago that I’ve ressurected from the depths of my Flickr account. I used natural early morning light through a window to give this photo a really neat low-key effect.
I was looking over some old pictures this weekend when I came across a few of a Killdeer Plover I photographed a few times last year. I decided to do a pencil drawing of it and then thought I would color it in a bit with high-flow acrylic paints.
The real Killdeer only had black chest bands and brown wings. But I thought it would look neat all in black.
There’s a lot of construction in my neighborhood right now as house lots are getting built up. As I was walking one day, I saw this little skid loader posing for me in the middle of the street. Not wanting to offend it, I took this picture and promised to send a copy via email.
I opened the mailbox to more junk mail and advertisements than usual today. So I decided to cut it all up and turn it into somewhat of a poem. It’s so nice of the advertisers to give me not only inspiration but the words I need to express it too.
Yesterday I posted a picture of ice as natural abstract art. Here’s another piece from the gallery.