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Seeing the world through the eyes of John Denver, one might get a great look at Snowmass Ski Area under a rising moon, from across Brush Creek Valley, or from a hot air balloon against a lovely blue sky at Snowmass Balloon event. They are among the snaps clicked in Denver’s photography that would be on showcase at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center in an exhibit which opens on 10th October.
Anderson Ranch event includes a choice of photographs Denver’s estate very recently spread out to the public for sale. It starts with a reception at 5 pm.
Anderson Ranch’s artistic director of photography Andrea Wallace told that the ranch is very delighted to show his work because he is known all across the world for his singing talent, but people might not be aware that all his artistic exercise was even broader, and drawn-out to photography as well as visual arts.
Well, it turns out that the talents of Snowmass-based Windstar Foundation founder and singer went beyond music. 7S Management’s Amy Abrams told that he was really a great photographer. He was seeing what the camera could do and how he could capture the world across him.
Unsurprisingly, the snaps include some detailed scenes in the local mountains, like a bunch on horseback in the backcountry, close-ups of a hawk, aspen trees, a coyote, cowboys and their horses at sunset. All his works from all his travels across the world concentrates more on people – starting from streets of Asia and Europe to snaps of Apollo 11 astronauts’ parade in Manhattan.
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Four photographers have been honored for their efforts in clicking wildlife on camera. The North East Wildlife Photography 2014 contest was organized by the Natural History Society of Northumbria, the Great North Museum: Hancock, Tees Valley, Durham and Northumberland Wildlife Trusts attracted more than one thousand entries.
Middlesbrough’s Ted Ways entitled his snap of a shag The Stare. It was the runner-up in the Wildlife in Landscape category, winning a Speyside Wildlife Viewing Hide Workshop as well as a subscription to the Birdwatching Magazine. He stated that clicked on Staple Island off the coast of Northumberland back in June. The European Shag was staying with a colony of guillemot’s in the back ground, when he spotted it looking directly at his camera, the Farnes are a magnificent place to do some wildlife photography.
Tees Valley Wildlife Trust reserve Coatham Marsh featured in Lauren Forster’s close up snap of Common Blue Butterflies mating. Clicked during one of Lauren’s several visits to the wild reserve, she was the runner up in young person’s category and snatched a pair of Opticron binoculars.
Guisborough’s Lauren told that she is over the moon to be a winner in the contest and she came across the butterflies at the marsh and spent some time attempting to get just the perfect snap and she was very very pleased with her result. This year, there was a new category of flora and fauna with artistic effects. Hartburn’s Joyce Scott won the prize in this cetegory.
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