My husband and I love to play with photography. I am drawn mostly to photos of nature, especially at the line where representation blurs into more abstract images. I like to find the hidden details that make up the experience of really being in a place, and I am always looking for unexpected beauty in the mundane. My favorite lens is the macro (often the only one that I shoot with), and usually with a tight depth of field. Plants are a favorite subject, and I find that I particularly like the quiet, architectural beauty of last year’s faded blooms, taken in the early spring. Light, line, color, texture and pattern are the things that interest me in a photo, and the hunt for these different elements helps me to enjoy a place in new and interesting ways.
A project from our recent trip to Grand Teton, Glacier, and Yellowstone National parks can be found here.