Black and White

I’m melting.

Thinking of snow as I currently melt in the southern US. ❄️ (note the two people for scale)

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Sossusvlei 5738

I would love to be back in this place rather than having a pipe dug up from beneath my garage. ~sigh~ Where would you like to be?

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Sossusvlei 5769

As I was looking through photos today, I realized that I never shared any from this trip. Namibia is AMAZING. If you ever get the chance – go. What is your next dream destination? (For the gear people, this is a three photo stitch made with the Canon 24mm TS lens)

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Swanage 9969

From a very brief trip I took this past February – the same one where I trialed a Hasselblad X1D.  This however was shot the next day with my Sony A7r2.  I am looking forward to getting back out to shoot the English coast, but right now it’s too packed with sun-seekers. I’ll need to […]

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Bloody Foreland

What a name!  I do love a rocky coast. This is one of the locations on the Light, Land and Sea Donegal workshop this September.

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Macedonia

I have a lot of unshared photos.  Here is an oldie from a trip I took to Macedonia with F-Stop Gear a few years ago. And for interest’s sake, here is an iPhone photo that shows the reality of the location.

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Painshill Park and a New Camera!

I am still occasionally managing to do some landscape work.  This is a folly in a gorgeous park not too far from where I live.  It was great to be out in nature with a camera, which coincidentally is my new Hasselblad X1D!  😀

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Two New Awards – IPA 2017

A nod to my recent partial return to portrait work. 🙂 2 Honourable mentions for Advertising Beauty and Fine Art Portrait. Congratulations also to Nadia Negm, my muse.    Press Release fancy talk:  “This year, The International Photography Awards received 14273 of submissions from over 165 countries and is pleased to declare that Athena Carey was […]

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Release Your Art

Once you give your art to the world, those beautiful things that you have made with your heart and soul belong partially to the ones you have shared them with. It is not for you to dictate how others will interpret or experience your work. They will do so through the filters of their own […]

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