Tag Archives for " USA "

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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Oct 03

#515. Road trippin’

By Paul Perton | Travel Photography

It wasn’t planned like this. It just happened; one minute I was doing something or other and the next moment, I realised the absolute alignment of two entirely different facts.   Huh?   Here’s a clue:   Well if you ever plan to motor west Just take my way that’s the highway that’s the best […]

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Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona
Feb 16

#454. Valerie Millett interview

By Paul Perton | Interview

If you are a regular photo blog reader, the name Valerie Millett won’t be a surprise. Her landscape (see her Web site here) work in the American south west and the badlands is building her a solid reputation for having a fine eye. After spotting her work on the Luminous Landscape late last year, I […]

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Aug 14

#390. Irregular Frames. Art or Gimmick?

By pascaljappy | How-To

Enter any photographic contest and, unless the rules explicitly forbid it, you will find a great many submissions displaying a bewildering variety of frames, from the humble white border to the most elaborate simile-woodwork monstrosity. The fact is that frames do a lot to boost a photograph. It seems sharper, more contrasty, more present. And […]

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