As promised, here is an image from the second series I am shooting in the marsh. It is purely abstract and captures my impression of the salt marsh at the end of the day rather than the fine detail of cordgrass, rush and other plants that are more common in my black-and-white images found in the Fingerprints of an Island series.
One of the things I love most about my work is helping others see things in new ways. That applies whether I'm taking photographs, teaching workshops, writing books or facilitating creative problem-solving sessions. Photographically, I love taking a "deep dive" into a subject to see how many different ways I can approach it.
A few other images from this series, which is still in development, can be viewed in my online portfolio: Island Impressions. I am producing these as 12"x12" encaustic photos mounted on birch panels. They are also available as fine art prints in a range of sizes.