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  • #30232
    Katie Curran Taylor
    Participant

    Me, me , me!!! Love all things visual art but photography keeps me sane. The camera saved my life many years ago. It was a much needed outlet and the images spoke volumes for me. My words, when none seemed worthy.
    If any artist has a site or work they’d like to share…is that appropriate here?

    #30279
    Bobbi Emel
    Participant

    Katie, I’m just starting into photography and I have been really grateful for the response among my friends and family to my photos. It has really helped me to believe that I am more creative than I ever thought!

    I don’t have a site, but I love to see other photogs’ work, so I’m all for listing sites here or photos.

     

    #30283
    Joshua Denney
    Keymaster

    think we can simply add a URL to a Flickr photo (and others, I’ll check) and it will show up here. Let’s try:

    Very Small Dog Close to the Ground

    #30290
    Joshua Denney
    Keymaster
    #30349
    Helen Russell
    Participant

    Photography is a little spiritual practice for me.   My camera helps me see things up really really close and constantly reaffirms to me what a miraculous world we live in!  I don’t have much of a clue how to work my camera and many of my photos are a complete surprise to me. I never expect them to be so beautiful! In a way I see my photos as little love notes from the universe.

    Dewdrop

    #30375
    Kim Manley Ort
    Participant

    Photography is a wonderful tool for mindfulness. It held me to appreciate life. Not sure why image is not showing up.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/kimmanleyort/7421850674/

    #31249
    Arsh
    Participant

    This one’s my most popular picture on Flickr, taken almost a year ago 🙂

    http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8014/7327051100_5ac77e4301.jpg

     

    #31936
    Sophie
    Participant

    I don’t know what my life would be like today if I hadn’t discovered photography. I had left all my friends and family behind to move across country with my boyfriend. We then started going through a breakup and I was left in a place I hated, sinking into depression. That was when I heard about instagram and gave it a try. I realised that taking photos was making me appreciate the beauty of the world and I threw myself into it whole-heartedly. Now over a year later I love where I live, I have learnt I am a creative spirit, and I am just happy with the wonder of life. And with the help of my found happiness and confidence my boyfriend and I worked out out our problems (many of which had been caused by my insecurities and unhappiness with life) and are now stronger and happier than ever.

    http://instagram.com/p/UN3SVCwsnZ/

    http://instagram.com/p/TX1Ma0Qsrp/

    http://instagram.com/p/S-Ue-6wsqb/

    http://instagram.com/p/QZZ_SZwsqE/

    #32500
    Katie Curran Taylor
    Participant

    really great, all of your work! thanks for sharing!

    here is my personal website.

     

    #32501
    Katie Curran Taylor
    Participant

    the “open in a new window” when posting a link doesn’t seem to be working?

    #33775
    Joshua Denney
    Keymaster

    Hmm, open in new window AND the embeds aren’t working for some…odd. Added to the list!

    #33785
    Mel
    Participant

    I think it would be impossible for me to narrow down to just a couple to post here, so if anyone is bored here’s an entire page of my photography!  Beautiful stuff so far!! It’s definitely a calming and therapeutic practice. 🙂

     

    #36035
    Debbie Lou
    Participant

    One of my small stained glass panels, Glastonbury Tor is my favorite subject! (I hope this upload works)
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/33852359

    #36036
    Debbie Lou
    Participant

    No it didnt work, I can’t seem to find out how to get the URL from Flickr :o(

    #42862
    Amity
    Participant

    So, as well as blogging, I create digital art. Here’s an example:

    I would LOVE to get them printed up on great big pieces of fabric so people can hang them. Like poster size really. If anyone has any suggestions on how I might get the done, do let me know. I think spoonflower.com may be my only option (but I’m in the UK). And of course I’d love to do it ecologically.

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