Trees I


Twenty years ago, I began my journey as an interpretive landscape photographer in my own backyard — the dramatic parks of Washington, DC. There was an unlimited variety on which to concentrate, and their close proximity allowed for easy repeat visits to my new subjects.

I experimented with color, texture and gesture in my first commitment to pure landscape. By overlaying images with an expanse of time, I was seeking my own style to portray the way I saw the world through the lens of my moving camera.

Battery Kemble<br>Trees I - 1992 Glover Park Grove<br>Trees I - 1992 Rock Creek Sycamore<br>Trees I - 1992 Rock Creek Silhouette<br>Trees I - 1992 Glover Park<br>Trees I - 1992 Autumn Birch<br>Trees I - 1992