Duotone chalk-and-charcoal digital arts photo conversion, in copper brown and silver, depicts an abandoned wood structure that once served as a gas station near Chappell Hill, Texas. Now it is heavily overgrown with native grasses and vines, flourishing with new springtime growth. (Be sure to see the original color photograph from which this was rendered, also available in this gallery.)
Featured in Beauty Captured, November 2013. My sincere thanks!
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Since that golden era when I was a child growing up in Southern California, I've often had a camera in my hands. I was only five years old when I took my first picture, using my grandfather's box camera.
Professionally I began as a Registered Dental Hygienist in Texas, where I still live, then wrote feature articles and poetry for national publications. Later I provided award-winning writing and graphic design, plus consulting and other editorial services.
Along the way, I began to develop this love of photography, particularly as a form of documentation and appreciating the beauty of creation. It's simply a hobby, but I find it interesting that lessons from professional photographers echo what I learned in typography and...
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