“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.” – Mark Twain
I tend to give titles to these blog posts that are in fact titles to the images that I choose to share. In fact, thats normally where the post originates from…..the image.
Of course someone who masters in the art of SEO and “reachability” on the net might look at this approach as a rather narrow mindedness decision. 5 tips for capturing light in Utah or The Top Ten ways travel can change you are titles that might get a few more clicks on google, but then I’d have to dig a bit deeper to actually provide that content!
Twisted branches…..I’ll go with that…..
For those that visit this blog on a regular basis, I guess this post is for you!
I shared this image recently on Instagram, Facebook, Flickr, and on a Youtube video I created, but realize that I hadn’t released it here yet! It is honestly one of my recent favorites. I have been gravitated to a more “realistic” yet “how did he do that” approach with my images and HDR process and this is one of those.
As with many of my images, you can click on them here on the blog to see a larger view as well as a place to purchase prints if you wish. And while I am mentioning that, if you see any other work you were interested in and can’t find it on the SmugMug site, let me know and I will make sure and get it uploaded there!
Many thanks to all of you who stop by and support the site! Your presence and feedback mean a lot.
I plan on diving in a bit deeper with sharing tips, techniques, and processes on how I create some of my images. This will of course be a much deeper dive than my Quick Tip Tuesday schennanagans! (man I love that word!)
Stay tuned for more! In the mean time, please feel free to let me know how I can help you or serve in any way. I’ll keep you posted here on the blog, but make sure and subscribe here to stay in the loop!
Make sure and stop back later tonight for my “Meet the Artist” post as well 🙂