Farm-to-Table – Asheville, NC

Farm Burger – Asheville, NC

Trying something different, inspired by http://thomasvanoost.com .  I stumbled across his work several months ago and was mesmerized with the combination of creativity, structure and geometrics, and mystery.  I can’t touch the hem of his Vanoost’s garment, but innovative and imaginative photographic art like his inspires me to try new things and step outside of my comfort zone. BTW […]

Posted in: Abstract, Asheville, Cityscapes, Food by Mark 1 Comment

Twelve – Asheville Alleys #8

“Every doorway, every intersection has a story.” ~Katherine Dunn

Camouflaged – Asheville Alleys #7

“Let everyone sweep in front of his own door, and the whole world will be clean.”  ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Framed – Asheville Alleys #6

“The doors will be opened to those who are bold enough to knock.”  ~Tony Gaskins

The Doors – Asheville Alleys #5

“A very little key will open a very heavy door.” ~Charles Dickens

Painter’s Canvas in Blue – Asheville Alleys #4

It did not strike me until a couple of days after editing this image that the mops and mop buckets mimic the idea of brushes and bottles of paint against the canvas. Sometimes images take on different points of view over time and with multiple viewings.  The artistic alleyways of Asheville are so much fun […]

Hidden Gems – Asheville Alleys #1

Downtown Asheville is known for it’s eclectic art, shops and micro breweries, but a short trip through the back alleys reveals even more.  Old architecture transforms a typical shortcut into an artistic stroll.  Shooting these unusual scenes and colors gives me a real charge.  Each is unique in its own right, and gives me the […]

Yellowstone Grand Prismatic Spring

There are many iconic locations in Yellowstone, one of my favorite being Grand Prismatic Spring.  According to Wikipedia: The Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park is the largest hot spring in the United States, and the third largest in the world, after Frying Pan Lake in New Zealand and Boiling Lake in Dominica. It is […]

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Winter Enthusiasm

Winter, often gray if not blue figuratively, is in it’s prime.  While taking a walk through the park just after the new year, I saw this tree.  It has undoubtedly withstood many winters; some mild, some threatening.   Rarely do we have a sustainably threatening winter here in the deep south.  That said, we have […]

Posted in: Abstract, Flora, Landscapes, Plants by Mark 4 Comments

NYC Vignettes

 

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