Moved, Eric and honored to have triggered such a unique and wonderful creation.
For my friends who are not yet familiar with this exceptionally talented photographer,
please visit his page.
Just go here: http://ericephoto.wordpress.com/my-favorite-photos/
and I guarantee you will be amazed by his inspiring work.
By the way, Eric, MY favorite photos too!!! 🙂
I’ve long been inspired by Marina Kanavaki’s artwork, especially her series “As Above So Below”. These paintings show reflections of shapes both above and below the surface that are differently colored and asymmetrical. They share a common ground though and each color scheme is unique. Much meaning can be derived from simple scenes.
For the past 6+ months, I’ve been searching for my own interpretation using her work as inspiration. I’ve lied in mud, snow, water and I’ve walked hundreds of miles. I’ve tried to capture images (unsuccessfully) many times. The other night, I was composing an image and I was waiting for the light to even out a bit. While waiting, I explored the area for other compositions that I could capture after the one I was set up for. This scene caught my eye because of the interesting pattern of ice. There was nothing special about the…
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