A sad ending to a fine ship. Solid wood, handcrafted vessel that no doubt was the builders pride and joy. Now destine to rot and decay, no longer to be enjoyed or seen again.
I personally have this printed as a 20 x 30 and matted and framed in a large, ornate frame. It's one of my favorite pieces.
Photography and artist editing provide the outlet I need to satisfy my creative side. I enjoy bringing beautiful scenes and wildlife images to people who would otherwise never see them. I find the ordinary can be just as visually pleasing as the obviously beautiful. The challenge is to find and seclude the right balance of elements in a frame to capture an stimulating composition. I'm often up and out of the house by 4:00 A.M. exploring and enjoying our world during times most are sound asleep. There is great reward in being an observer of nature.
In October of 2013 I chose to resign from my full-time job and pursue art as a freelance photographer. The blessings and emotional rewards are far greater than the financial rewards of my...
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