New Year Lents (). Photo by L12Ls326C

New Year Lents

Uploaded by: L12Ls326C

Wednesday January 9, 2013

Bakersville, NC (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Lenticular clouds shot from my property January 9, 2013 @9-9:15 a.m. Looking south toward Mt. Mitchell/Black Mtn range in Western NC, you can see the standing wave over Mt. Mitchell in the lower rt. corner.


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About L12Ls326C


Photography is very much about light, not just good or bad lighting, but the infinite range of light and its impact on everything.Sunlight, as it touches, radiates the fronds of maiden grass is fascinating. I love reflected light on water surfaces, especially the dancing light on the nearby North Toe River. I studied documentary photography at Penland School of Crafts with Asheville photographer Ralph Burns, as my wife, Billie Ruth, taught basketry there. This encouraged the display and presentation of my work in several venues. I now own a Canon EOS Elan 35mm SLR and a Canon EOS 50D SLR. When I hear others describing what they see in a photograph, I delight in the simple fact that every set of eyes on the planet is unique,including mine.

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