Thursday, May 3, 2007

WATER TAPESTRY


I took this shot of multi-colored leaves and pine needles scattered on the dark lake surface, in the Sebago Lake region of Maine. Autumn was approaching and the leaves had just started to turn. The first ones had already fallen. I cropped and adjusted this image in Photoshop, and only slightly tweaked the beautiful colors of the leaves. Nature never ceases to amaze and inspire me!


"Water Tapestry" was accepted into "The Art of Digital Imagery," the Center for Fine Art Photography show in Fort Collins, CO, this June. Only 50 out of 300 images were chosen for the show. The exhibit will also be posted online, and I'll post the link when it's available.


"Water Tapestry" is my best-selling photographic print! To see more of my work, please visit
http://www.lyndalehmann.com/, where I have hundreds of images to chose from. Image c Lynda Lehmann.



4 comments:

  1. What a poetic soul you have, enjoying and reponding to simple things in nature. Great inspiration! We have such a wonderful world. I wish all mankind appreciated it, as we do, Lynda. But perhaps our art will inspire others to observe nature more closely.

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  2. It is just stunning. I feel like I can get lost in this picture. Bravo - what an eye you have.

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  3. There's no question that you have an appreciation for nature and a burning desire to share that passion with others through your photos and paintings. "Water Tapestry" reflects the glorious aspects of nature at its best. You have a keen eye on those scenes that seem to touch a chord within. Through your art we are not only entertained, but moved emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually. You wake us up to the beauty of life through your art. What a fabulous gift you can share with others. And for that we are deeply grateful! Thank you, Lynda.

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  4. Lynda, This is one of my favorite photos of yours and I'm not surprised it's one of your best sellers. The blackness gives it depth and mystery and the colors are gem-like. I love it.
    Stu

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