This series of images, a series I call "Between Tides," was created back in 2009. I spent a lot of time walking along Oregon beaches, photographing rocks on the bluffs. I then chopped up the pictures, re-combined them, blended them, and turned them into these images. I have more than 50 of them!
Why do I like them? They are primitive-looking, colorful, graphic, strange, mysterious, and bold. They represent my time spent simply walking and looking. They represent my ability to make something out of seemingly nothing. And they are nothing like I have seen anywhere else. And I've seen a lot! They are uniquely mine.
I have a number of them up on Fine Art America. Have they ever sold? No. Should I remove them? No. Eventually someone will like them as much as I do. And if not, then they're still there for me to admire!
Hmmmm... These would look good printed on metal. At the very least, I should have some printed to hang in my own home.
Again, I consider these my favorite photos. And of the hundreds of thousands of pictures I've created, these still, from 2009, stand out for me.
Thanks for looking.
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