Thursday, December 6, 2007

Sierra Club "Daily Ray of Hope"


My photo "Grasp" is featured in today's Sierra Club "Daily Ray of Hope" web feature, along with the following caption and quote by Emerson.

Photo Credit: Lynda Lehmann Location: Cathedral Ledge in Echo Lake State Park, White Mountains of New Hampshire....Live in the sunshine, swim the sea, drink the wild air...-- Ralph Waldo Emerson

It makes me feel good to contribute to their efforts on behalf of the environment. You can subsribe to the "Daily Ray of Hope" emails here: http://tinyurl.com/3bdpna . You can also submit your nature photographs to the Sierra Club, through a (free) Flickr account! I thought some of my blogger friends who are photographers, might be interested. You can license your contributed works at the Creative Commons site for "attributed--non-commercial--no derivatives" use, as I did.

If you would like to see more of my art, including paintings, digital art, and photography, please visit my primary site at http://www.lyndalehmann.com/. All images and text c Lynda Lehmann.

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8 comments:

  1. Too cool, congratulations, beautiful image and fitting title. How did you take this picture?, very beautiful colors!

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  2. Lynda that was really nice of them to gave you that link and comment. I will check the links, sounds like interesting stuff. Anna :)

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  3. wonderful capture, fantastic colors. well done

    vaggelis

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  4. wonderful photo to go with a gem of a caption....Emerson is a favourite of mine Lynda :)

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  5. Hi Bob,

    I used my tiny point-and-shoot SONY digital. It was a glary day, but the forest floor was not getting a lot of light filtering through. I think I used lighting effects in P.S. to increase the brightness, then tweaked the saturation and contrast to bring out the color.

    But it really WAS a pretty fungus!

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  6. Anna, I'm sure they would LOVE to use some of your photos in the name of increasing environmental awareness!

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  7. thanks for stopping by, evlahos.

    i enjoyed looking at some of your work on Picasa. i wanted to leave a comment but couldn't, because i'm not a member.

    i have so many sites, i dare not join any more! :-(

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  8. Kim, I like Emerson and Thoreau too!

    And the Longfellow poem, "This is the forest primeval...."

    Hope you're having a good weekend...

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