‘Dawn’ is an impressionistic fine art photograph of the sun rising behind a soft mist on a north country lake. The range of light, reflections and the arching pine tree conjure peace we’ve experienced through the beauty of nature.

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Hiawatha Falls, in the midst of Minneapolis, was a beautiful 30-40′ falls. After spending time there, I went downstream and found this spot that seemed to say, “What took you so long?” It was a lovely, quiet spot with rippling water that was so calming.

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I am always attracted to nature’s beauty and the challenge it presents in sharing it. To capture in a photograph the infinite variation of form and color is a joy.

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While on vacation in Montana last fall, I was captured by the majestic mountains with the storm clouds. They seemed to be saying, “I’m in control, hope you enjoy the now.”

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“Black Lagoon” is located in Vilas County in the middle of a forest. It’s one of those places that conjures up a feeling of eerie mystery, especially when shrouded in a misty fog. Capturing that misty and eerie sense of this lagoon with its black appearing water was an interesting task. I hope this image…

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Observing nature is a free gift that is available to all of us. As a photographer, using a zoom lens on a digital camera allows me to get close without being close and disruptive to the subject. This protects their sense of being safe while allowing me to capture their image, a win win. This…

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‘Birch View Up’ – Most of the time we view life straight on. We see the world through this linear approach and never really think about it. Airplanes; high-rises etc. changed this straight on view as we now could see our world from these different perspectives. Laying flat on the ground and looking up revealed…

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Anna Atkins is considered the mother of cyanotype. I’ve moved the medium to fabric and dried flowers instead of paper and seaweed. Fabric presents a separate set of challenges, from wrinkles creating variations in tone to blur created by the object being pressed into the fabric.

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Cyanotype draws me in again and again with the range of blues possible. Here I took a photo at my local lake and then created the cyanotype with it. I’m very fortunate to be able to mix my own chemistry and have access to a multitude of photo subjects.

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Thaw has always been an ugly word in my house. The constant shifts in temperature, the ice then slush, it’s a hard time in the Northwoods! This year I challenged myself to find beauty in it. This photograph is of a puddle that had frozen and the shattered on my road.

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