Which types of images do work in black and white? Come take a look.
Author: Alessandra Chaves
Celebrating “Fascination of Plants Day”: Another view of the dry leaf of the Cecropia
It is Fascination of Plants Day again! I welcome you to one more view of the leaf of the fascinating… Read more Celebrating “Fascination of Plants Day”: Another view of the dry leaf of the Cecropia
Zooming in the Foxtail Agave, while thinking about Marcus Aurelius and time- part two
How to free time to practice minimalist art.
What about black and white? Lessons from Christal Hermitage Gardens. Chapter 3.
A visit to Chrystal Hermitage Gardens yielded an interesting tulip pose, but no black and white photographs
Storytelling at Table Mountain Ecological Preserve (Oroville, CA, USA).
Whenever possible, try to find a story to photograph, maybe it will keep the viewers’ attention for a little longer, and facilitate discussion about it
Wide-open spaces of the West in black and white. Chapter 3.
Come along with me for a walk in the pasture, on a crazy sky day.
Springtime Photography at the South Yuba River State Park (California, USA), Nevada County
I write about a hidden gem for springtime and fall photography, located on Pleasants Valley Road in California, off Highway 20, the South Yuba River State Park.
The gate is locked – the beauty and bleakness of California’s Central Valley- a new project
Musings about the meaning of a closed gate.
Happy Easter to my followers!
As we celebrate this joyful occasion, let us take a moment to reflect on the meaning of Easter and some of its symbols
Near and Far: the World in Focus at Gallery 625
If you live in the Sacramento area, come to Gallery 625 between April 7 and May 30, and experience the printed and framed work of our local photographers.