Thursday, July 30, 2009

The key to any book effort utilizing numerous images to help tell the story of a region is to keep the viewer interested in the subject matter. Wilderness images have a way of inviting readers into the scene. Photographs have that ability to remind us of past memorable trips and experiences and eliminating any repetitive visual moments is my goal. One wears a different hat in the woods than when driving to the ballpark in town. Observations and instincts are heightened, meals and weather are always on your mind, and watching nature interact can make one feel like a visitor.
The rewards are many.

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