Posts Tagged With: Amateur Nebraska photographer

Friday Photography: High Plains Homestead in Sepia

Sepia seemed a fitting tint for a new “Old” West town …

Homestead Brand

High Plains Post Office and sherriff

High Plains Homestead buildings

High Plains saloon

High Plains Mercantile

High Plains wagon

High Plains blacksmith

High Plains Homestead near Crawford, Nebraska

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Friday Photography: Inspiration from Ansel Adams

When I went searching for quotations on photography, I found two brilliant ones from photographer, Ansel Adams.  He captured brilliant scenes of people and especially of nature throughout the 1900’s.  Seeing his photographs online gives me goose bumps – I cannot imagine what I would feel if I ever had the chance to see them in person.

I am taking a bit of risk by including one of his pictures on my blog.  Suddenly even my shots that are decent begin to greatly pale by comparison to his genius.  Yet I want to always be willing to admire those whose talent far exceeds my own even at the risk of exposing a bit of my own incompetence.  Even though he is far out of my league, may his photographs continue to compel me to capture life in my own way as well.

“When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence.” Ansel Adams

Adams_The_Tetons_and_the_Snake_River

One of my favorite places on earth – the Tetons in Wyoming!

(Wikimedia Photo Location: sharing permission granted)

Ansel Adams “You don’t make a photograph just with a camera. You bring to the act of photography all the pictures you have seen, the books you have read, the music you have heard, the people you have loved.”  

 

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