I'm drawn to contrasts of color, particularly when there are three or more distinct hues represented; so the presense of the white of the snow may explain why so many of my photographs are in Winter. Or perhaps, as a friend of mine once remarked, it's the white particularly that sets off the other colors.
The interplay of the lines of the bare tree branches also, of course, is more visible without, or with fewer, leaves...
...And the sky is also never so blue as on a cold Winter's day.
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My work is currently on display at:
Delpalaine Arts Center*
40 S Carroll St
The Hill Center Galleries*
921 Pennsylvania Avenue SE
MD Federation of Art*
18 State Circle
Or Hadash Synagogue
190 Camp Hill Road
Fort Washington, PA
Frederick Health Womens Center
7211 Bank Court
The Washington County Commission on Aging
535 East Franklin Street
*show is accesuable online at the gallery's website
(note: due COVID-19 restrictions the galleries above may not currently be open to the public or public access may be signficantly restricted)