Letter #2

March 27, 2012  •  Leave a Comment

Photo letter #2

Any time I produce an image that I really like, the new image gets the honor of being my computer desktop image until it is displaced by the next honoree. With this email series, I get to share these honored images with you.
 

The first image, Foggy Circle is from January, when snow and fog combined to give St. John Neumann Circle at Neumann University an air of mystery. The combination of different shades of mercury vapor and sodium lights was truly garish, so I toned down the color in the image to almost black and white. As usual, I am providing this image as a free download in the most popular monitor sizes.
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"Foggy Circle" would look great printed on metallic paper at 12"x18" Visit the Landscape Gallery in Perspectives by Scott to order.
Foggy evening at St. John Neumann CircleFoggy Circle
snowdrop flowers with water dropletsSnowdrops Snowtears The snowdrops bloomed even earlier than usual and teased me relentlessly to take their picture. Eventually an early morning after a good rain, with more rain holding off, gave me the opportunity. Snowdrops, snow tears was shot hand-held, lying on a tarp, using the 60 mm macro lens.
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Please remember that the links above allow you to use these images on your desktop or for educational purposes. If you want a print (or coffee mug or T-shirt), please visit Perspectives by Scott (photos.scottbeadenkopf.com).
I think the snowdrops would look great on a white coffee mug. "Snowdrops, snow tears" is in the Small Worlds gallery.
 

I took an afternoon off this week to check out the Natural Lands Trust's Wawa Preserve. I found it behind Wawa University and walked the Rocky Run Trail down the valley along the Rocky Run creek to where it meets the Darlington trail. The creek is picturesque, even with most of the trees and flowers still dormant. I had already taken a series of photos of this small waterfall and stepped back to leave, when I saw the beautiful frame created by this split tree. Sorry little snowdrops, you just lost your place on my desktop.
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photo: Small waterfallRill at Rocky Run


Rocky Run would also look great on metallic paper at any size. It is also in the Landscape Gallery. Note that before you place a print order that you can also choose framing and/or mounting options, such as foam board.

I would be glad to get your suggestions for improving these letters or even my pictures.
Thanks for your encouragement!
Regards,

Scott Beadenkopf


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