Updating My Wall Portraits
New Images Ready to Go On the Walls!
Its been about a year since I’ve updated my wall portraits in the studio. So this week I’m updating my wall portraits. Okay, technically they’re not all portraits, landscapes too. It’s so hard to choose what I want to print and hang. This time around, my criteria is based on two things. 1) What resonates personally with me. 2) I want to make a statement about not only being a commercial photographer but also an artist. I believe it is important to show our creative sides and remind ourselves why we do photography. Its not just for the money. It’s for the love of creating images and telling visual stories of places we’ve been and seen and people we’ve met.
On the way North about the middle of Big Sur: A lover or all things road tip related, I’ve passed by this gorgeous view servral times over the years. On a trip with Connie and the kids, we stopped here so I could grab an image.
A massive storm brewing on the Pacific Ocean, Big Sur, California.
Part of an ongoing personal series on old graveyards. Guadalupe, Oceano, on the way to San Luis Obispo, California.
Fall in Yosemite National Park, California.
My beautiful with Connie, in the Rose Garden, Portland, Oregon.
Moss covered trees in the Redwood and Sequoia forest, California.
Kings Canyon National Park, California.
Pond somewhere on the Oregon coast.
Big, really big Koi in the Chinese Garden. Heart of Portland, Oregon.
Chinese Garden. Heart of Oregon.
Lotus blossom, Chinese Garden, Portland, Oregon.