Capitol Reef National Park
Photo by David Le Vine
This photo was taken at Capitol Reef National Park in southern Utah. It and "Arches" offer endless opportunities.I hope you like it.
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© 2000 David Le Vine
Nanda's Red Blanket
Photo by Jane Edberg
I took my friend Rudy along with me to the Bear River so that I could drift my son's red blanket into its blue water. Nanda loved nature and devoured every opportunity to emerse himself in river and ocean. Rudy is the first person I called when Nanda died. Rudy and Nanda were great friends. Rudy helped me make photographs of myself with Nanda's blanket.....I sat still with Nanda's river drenched blanket over me... wishing he was there.
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To see more of her work, go to her websites: www.janeedberg.com and www.nandasredblanket.com
© 2000 Jane Edberg
photo by Matt J.
This is a photograph from the fall of 1999. It has dream like qualities that take me back to this moment every time I look at it. It was taken at a sculpture park about twenty miles from my house in St. Louis, Missouri. On top of being one of my favorites in my portfolio it also contains three of my best friends.
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© 2000 Matt J.
Bridal Veil Falls in Yosemite, California, October 2000
Photograph by Michael Wolfe
I took this at the base of Bridal Veil Falls. The light and dark rocks are the same type; the color difference is because the rock in the foreground is very wet. I had my tripod set up on a rock outcropping in the direction of the wind. Every minute or so the wind would shift, sending the waterfall mist toward the dark rock and I. When this happened I had to sprint in between the camera and the waterfall and shield it with my open shirt. I walked down the rocks and to the camp site soaked, but it was one of the most wonderful experiences I have ever had in my life.Taken with a Nikon 60 and Fujicolor film. I'm studying architecture, however am aspiring to be a professional photographer. Any advise or constructive criticism would be appreciated.
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© 2000 Michael Wolfe
photograph by Clint Whitmer
A windmill in eastern Montana, shot with a Nikon N 90 and Nikkor 80-200 2.8D lens on Fuji HG 100 film with a Cokin star filter. This image won me a digital camera.
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© 1988 Clint Whitmer
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