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Wilds Photography

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Most of my work is on film (here's why), but I have some digital on here as well.  I specialize in rural landscapes and scenes.

All prints are available for sale.  You can order by title or, where there's a number, by that, too.   Choose from "matted & framed" or "print only".   Square pictures are available as 10"x10" in a 14"x14" gallery frame.  Most of the rectangular ones are 8"x12" in a 12"x16" gallery frame.   Larger print / frame sizes are available but take a little longer. 

I use high-quality, black, gallery frames made in the USA.   These are not department-store frames.  They are pretty heavy and ship with the glass.  You provide the hook or nail in the wall (make sure it's sturdy), and the rest is included.

Artist statement?  That's a tough one.  Here's my version.  I don't find these scenes, they find me.  I cannot describe the thought process, because it has to be intuitive.  It's obscure yet crystal-clear to me.  It just happens.  There are these places, and the lighting is just right, and sometimes I say "Wow, that's kind of surreal"... or wonderful, or tense, or hypnotic, or whatever... but I know that it has to be photographed.   And more often than not, it's going to be film.

I hope you enjoy my work.  Thanks for visiting!

All Is Calm

It's a cold, clear evening.  All is calm.  The lights of a small town twinkle in the distance.  

Film:  Fujichrome Velvia 100 (color positive, 35mm)

Black Dog of the Tuscarora

The old farm has stood there for generations.  A black dog studies you from a distance;  thankfully, the dog is penned up.

Film:  Kodak T-Max 400 (black & white, 35mm)

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Spectral Forest

A thunderstorm breaks the midsummer dry spell.  Sunbeams shine down through the mist. 

Film:  Fujichrome Velvia 100 (color positive, 6x6 cm)

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The End of Winter

After what seemed like forever, the winter is over.   The tree appears barren, but look closer:  the branches are budding now.  Life will soon come forth.

Film:  Kodak Ektar 100 (color negative, 6x6 cm)

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More Gallery Pages

Art Gallery, Page 2:  Wilds, continued
Art Gallery, Page 3:  Scenery in Black & White
Art Gallery, Page 4:  Waterfalls
Art Gallery, Page 5:  Fall Foliage
Art Gallery, Page 6:  Fall Foliage (continued)
Art Gallery, Page 7:  Fall Foliage (part III)
Art Gallery, Page 8:  Instant Film

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