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The Draw of the Salish Sea

Inland from the Pacific, on the west coast of Cascadia, the Salish Sea fills the glacially-carved mountain valley system between Vancouver Island and the older island chains lifted into the sky in which I live. 198 more words

Nature Photography

Save Water with Short Hair

Hair Wash activity

  • needs more water  Or
  • needs less water

saves

  • 30% water or more
  • About 2700 litre water by one woman in a year.
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Innovation

Unretouched - Water Texture & Pattern (Barbican 4)

Water Texture & Pattern (Barbican 4) – I often play around with digital transformations and re-colouring to enhance my photographs but in this series of images, showing naturally-occurring surface water texture and pattern, the photographs are completely unretouched – showing the intricate, ever-changing silvery designs caused by strong winds ruffling the water in a large ornamental pond.

Nature Photography

Unretouched - Water Texture & Pattern (Barbican 3)

Water Texture & Pattern (Barbican 3) – I often play around with digital transformations and re-colouring to enhance my photographs but in this series of images, showing naturally-occurring surface water texture and pattern, the photographs are completely unretouched – showing the intricate, ever-changing silvery designs caused by strong winds ruffling the water in a large ornamental pond.

Nature Photography

Unretouched - Water Texture & Pattern (Barbican 2)

Water Texture & Pattern (Barbican 2) – I often play around with digital transformations and re-colouring to enhance my photographs but in this series of images, showing naturally-occurring surface water texture and pattern, the photographs are completely unretouched – showing the intricate, ever-changing silvery designs caused by strong winds ruffling the water in a large ornamental pond.

Nature Photography

Unretouched - Water Texture & Pattern (Barbican 1)

Water Texture & Pattern (Barbican 1) – I often play around with digital transformations and re-colouring to enhance my photographs but in this series of images, showing naturally-occurring surface water texture and pattern, the photographs are completely unretouched – showing the intricate, ever-changing silvery designs caused by strong winds ruffling the water in a large ornamental pond.

Nature Photography

The Teachings of Water

When I look into the water I see blurred shapes. Or do I?

Are they not, rather, revealed ones?

Is this not a message from my body? 55 more words

Nature Photography