Abandoned School 14_HDR
Room With a View The abandoned Lillesden Estate Manor in Hawkhurst, Kent. The place was amazing, but very dangerous too, the whole place could collapse any minute as there is extensive water damage from the lack of roof. But it made for some great photography opportunities.. I autobracketed every shot handheld, as it was too cold to take my time and use a tripod, but I wish I had, as the shots probably would have come out sharper.. All RAW files processed with Photomatix, then edited in…
flash of light
“People who have gone, are still here, in us. Places we came from, are carried to the places we go” - Anouska Shankar i picked a sucker shoot of a plum tree and some wild onion flowers for our vase. i love the plethora of flowers during spring, in all shapes and forms. these white flowers and leaves remind me of stars, shooting stars and reaching for the bright, white light. i went and talked to the city today and they were sympathetic and said sorry for poisoning my dog. i said i would keep…
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Andrew Wyeth: Looking Out, Looking In
This exhibition gathers together — for the first time — a select group of Wyeth’s images of windows. Included in the exhibition are watercolor studies quickly executed to capture a momentary impression as well as tempera paintings created over an extended period of distillation and simplification.
Andrew Wyeth lived in my hometown when I was young. We had several Wyeth prints in our home. Betsy Wyeth (wife) used to stop by my parents antique store - 13 Colonies Village Store - on Rt. 1. She even signed a Wyeth art book my Mom had. Always have loved his work.