I’m honored that the Seattle Art Museum Blog spoke about one of my photos depicting the Pacific Northwest landscape. I excerpted the selection below but read the post in its entirety here: http://samblog.seattleartmuseum.org/?p=2939
Beauty Shot Fridays: Week 3!
Last week’s Beauty Shot Friday’s question was, “Where do you find beauty and bounty in your day?” We received an awesome range of photographic answers and I’ve selected a few personal favorites here.
I think this photo by Rolan Gregg epitomizes many visual perceptions of the Pacific Northwest and simultaneously depicts a sense of mystery and awe at the natural landscape of the region. Where else can you find expansive mountains, endless forests, and crashing, tumbling waves close to an elegant cityscape? Rolan’s photograph, in my opinion, speaks to the desire to move through natural landscapes in a mode of curiosity, spontaneity, and with an open-mind and observant eye. It portrays a bounty of nature’s beautiful entities.