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Sep 20

#1039. On the Burr Trail

By Nancee Rostad | Travel Photography

The Grand Escalante National Monument, a little known and under-visited natural area in southern Utah, is my favorite place to photograph red rock formations. At an impressive 2,938 square miles, the monument has room to roam, as well as to truly experience the natural wonders of the area, without the crowds.   Grand Escalante was […]

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Oct 23

#919. Origami Deconstructed

By Nancee Rostad | Art & Creativity

The following is a true (if somewhat dramatized!) example of my typical creative process. I’ll set the scene: Kyoto, Japan 2017 with a group of photographers, bucketing rain, wind blowing, a beautiful autumn garden, dripping & flowing water everywhere, 2.5 hours allotted to shoot this place, at this time. For me, it was a nightmare […]

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Sep 11

#901. Lyrical Harvest

By Nancee Rostad | Travel Photography

The Palouse region of southeastern Washington State is a true un-destination, as well as being a photographer’s dream. Reminiscent of a gentler time, it is a unique and solitary landscape where zephyr winds scatter clouds across the blue sky, causing shadows to dance and play amongst the hills. The vast rolling hills of wheat & […]

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