Of all the possible photo genres, landscape photography is the one that I enjoy the most. A really great landscape photograph takes me to a place that feeds my soul and tells a story about my world.
You have mastered it Terry, and very beautifully I might add.
The headstone pic, haunting, enjoyed the commentary.
Thanks for the nice words, Barb.
Terry, I could not disagree more with your comments in the introduction. First, I do
believe you have made some very nice landscape photos. Wisconsin is old barns,
old churches still standing in the rural countryside, the dark night skies and a Milky Way,
fall leaves (people drive miles to see these), water, water, water. Have you seen
what Oklahoma folks call a lake????? We have the diversity of plains, bluffs, rocks,
rivers, Great Lakes, and of course, trees, trees, trees!! I can get excited photographing trees. I love
the images of winter and the magic of ice formations. Most people would have a hard
time if someone described ice coating all the tree branches and making a sparkling jewelry box
against an aqua sky. Many Southerners have never experienced this phenomena. I
guess we do tend to take for granted the beauty we see around us every day. Keep shooting.
Sue, you are right, of course. I would not want to live anywhere else in the world. And this place I call home is rich with photographic opportunity.
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