Expressionism and Abstraction May 2020

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Pulling Back the Blue Curtains. Intrigue at what is behind the blue curtains. Seated Absence. Exploring themes of absence; the empty chair and the partly rendered chair. Empty Frames, Empty Performances. The empty billboard at the QE Theatre with the pandemic cancellations. Geometric Inscribed Layers. I liked the complex geometry created here and how the strong centre elements balance and …

Expressionism and Abstraction September 2019

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As I started off this month looking for expressionism and abstract compositions, I will share that I had a nagging concern on how many more unique compositions I could find. This style of photograph is so new to me that I do sometimes wonder “how many more unique swirls and panning shots are there?”. I guess that is an unanswerable …

Expressionism and Abstraction July 2019

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In a change from my usual articles which are strictly location based, this will be the first of what I expect to be a regular monthly feature highlighting expressionism and abstract photography and my development in that. The recent workshop in which I learned the skills for expressionism was truly eye opening and I want to ensure that I continue …

Road to the Big Bars

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Clinton is a great jumping off point to see the unique landscape and forested regions west towards the Fraser River. On this day outing I visited the three Big Bars, the Big Bar Reaction Ferry at the Fraser River, Little Big Bar Lake, and Big Bar Lake. Driving southwest from Clinton along the paved Clinton-Pavilion Road leads through ranch land …

Sunny Saturday at Green Lake

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I wanted to share the photos of Green Lake that I captured last weekend while in the Cariboo. This is an area I have written about in past articles and one that I always find inspirational. No matter how many times I have visited, I always come away with unique photos. It was a beautiful sunny Saturday afternoon as I explored …