Posted by: danwellsphoto | March 27, 2013

Some new material – The Last Days of Winter

Summer days in Point Reyes long behind me, and a singularly uncreative autumn in Boston thankfully gone (I only seem to get ideas for images in relatively wild places), I’ve been out with a camera again. Most of these are from a project I’ve tentatively entitled “The Last Days of Winter”, where I’ve been documenting the relationship between ice and liquid water as the seasons change. There are also a few bonus landscapes from Acadia National Park.

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  1. I don’t check email often enough! I didn’t see this in time to give feedback before you sent in your portfolio, but congratulations!These photos are incredible. Three of my personal favorites from this set: the sixth from the top–the one with the translucent surface ice standing up and jagged with the sun coming through, the eighth from the top–the one with the rounded chunk of snow with baby icicles coming off the edges making it look a little like a friendly monster of some sort with pointy ice feet instead of paws, and the fifth from the bottom–the one with fast-flowing water and then a matrix of icicles that look to be defying gravity in their drip direction. The whole set is really interesting, but those three in particular caught my eyes and my imagination. Let’s catch up soon. I hope everything’s going well.


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