Monthly Archives: February 2012

Midterm Critique

For my final portfolio I’ve chosen to focus on “textures”.  On the first few trips I found myself drawn to taking very close, tight photos of the surface of trees, rocks, fungus and water.  The images are appealing because they … Continue reading

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McConnell’s Mill

When our class visited McConnell’s Mill two weeks ago I had a alarm malfunction and ended up missing the shuttle.  Fortunately, I was able to find a ride there this past weekend to make up the assignment.  The weather was … Continue reading

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Trough Creek

Last Saturday our nature photography class traveled to Trough Creek near Altoona.  As we waited to board the shuttle the city looked like it was inside a snow globe and I hoped the weather was the same at Trough Creek.  … Continue reading

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Frankfort Mineral Springs

This week our nature photography class ventured to Frankfort Mineral Springs. It was a beautiful day and I had spent a long day in class, itching to get outside.  When I got out of the shuttle and started down the … Continue reading

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