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Georgia Fowler is a photographer who lives between two beautiful countries, France and Thailand and is dedicated to promoting fine art through photography and supplying collectors new and established worldwide.
I am inspired by the beauty in everyday life, by colour and most of all by travel. I love visiting new places and seeing the different energy and vibrancy created by people, nature and architecture.
Our life is often very fast paced and we are sometimes so busy that we can fail to stop and appreciate the beauty all around us. I try to find beauty in most things and that is what I capture with my lens. I try to see the small details that are often missed.
Thanks to the endless marketing potential of the Internet (and also the marketing expertise of my husband and daughter (www.pulseglobal.org), lucky me!), my art is being collected worldwide, and has been shipped to many distant and not so distant locations over the last few years.
I specialise in black and white, travel and architecture photography but have a wide variety of styles including vintage style still life photography.
The original village of Oradour sur Glane was destroyed on 10 June 1944, when 642 of its inhabitants, including women and children, were massacred by a German Waffen-SS company. A new village was built after the war on a nearby site but on the orders of the then French president , Charles De Gaulle the original has been maintained as a permanent memorial.
I have visited this village numerous times and each time have been haunted by what remains of this once vibrant town. My aim with these photographs is to give you an idea of the scale and haunting abandonment of the town, maybe to make you feel like you have visited yourself.
If you would like more information this website is very informative: http://www.scrapbookpages.com/oradour-sur-glane/index.html