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About Me

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lucky girl back from 8 1/2 years living in asia with my husband and three children, happily delighting in the visual treats offered me. I shoot film with a very old Nikon N65 held together with rubber bands ... Freshman year of college I finally got contact lenses. I was awed by how clear the stars looked during an astronomy lab. I have always been visual, but the ability to bring things into focus is such a delight. And when I capture that clarity on film I am so satisfied. It might be a piece or segment of something, the juxtaposition of textures or colors, or the light and atmosphere in a place that attracts me. I find film lends itself to revealing a real, complex, sometimes slightly flawed nature of things. I really appreciate the depth and tangibility of film. I am living in Hong Kong and am constantly exposed to an abundance of visual gifts. ... see more on my flickr account: http://www.flickr.com/photos/film-fineartphotography/

Friday, November 23, 2012

really thankful ...

... for

seasons

togetherness
a walk in nature







 creativity, colors











fun!                                                                     and                                                                             






fantastic friends
amazing family



interesting offerings


helping hands

and blessings
                                       

happy thanksgiving!


(and thank you everybody for all your thoughtful gestures big and small! and for keeping me laughing - even if i had to hold my stomach)  xxoo




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Sunday, November 4, 2012

scary - beautiful













it's the way you look at it.

maybe it caught your eye because it evoked a certain feeling at first, but the more you looked the more your response changed direction.  still either way each of these tugged at me for one reason or another.  maybe not really scary (except for the spider!) but all so intriguing - and beautiful.


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