I always seem to be torn about what to post on the blog, its' a constant search for something I never quite seem to find, so I end up thinking 'I'll go with this'. But not today, today I've been adding to the portfolio and one of the additions to the landscape section is this stark image of the 'Top of the Tetons'. Obviously I made the image in Grand Teton National Park in wonderful western Wyoming.
I've also added a Fine Art section to the portfolio recently. I don't want to get into a long winded discussion about what exactly constitutes 'Fine Art'. What I will say is that, for me at least, it is about the photographers eye. It's about seeing and capturing something ordinary in a less ordinary way, mostly, it's about the beauty of simple things.
For those who bemoan the fact that they live in a 'boring' place, take a look at the fine art section of my portfolio and it might just trigger a change in your approach to the simple things we see every day.
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