About the Book
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Aug 18, 2010
- Tags digital art, Hodge Podge, yellow bucket, Mabry Mill, Blue Ridge Parkway, fall colors, Roanoke City Market, market building, farmers market, railroad bridge, fence line, lonely road, maple tree, red leaves, gas pumps, gas pump, tin roof, rusty tin roof, model T, old car, old cars, golden leaves, golden bed, green leaves, hand prints, old cabins, black and white, colorful birds, Shenandoah Valley, McLean House, old country road, country road, slide guitar, church steeple, bass guitar, bass fiddle, rusty car, Carvin's Cove, James River, Juniper tree, Jesus Saves, pine tree, grave markers, Biltmore Estate, North Carolina, red barn, child at play, orange daisies, Bell Rock, Superstition Mountains, mining town, peewee football, railroad tracks, family owned, photography, art, nature, sunlight, sunlit, shore, child, children, boy, ocean, waves, sand, bucket, stream, gentle, waterfall, cannon, Virginia, Oregon, autumn, building, buildings, dawn, lamplight, streets, floating, drifting, bridge, walkway, bell, fence, Appomatox, road, dragonfly, trees, leaves, leaf, Hummer, moonlight, moon, downtown, immortal, conveyor, cabin, cabins, sepia, Santa, lorikeets, birds, parakeets, mandolin, guitar, church, bass, moonshiner, feed, serene, calm, placid, water, violin, fiddle, monkey, monkeys, river, gourds, harvest, dilapidated, barns, barn, Jesus, Christmas, winter, snow, evergreens, snowfall, country, mountains, mountain, twilight, icy, globe, pine, hibiscus, purple, flume, waterwheel, grave, graveyard, monument, monuments, vines, Carolina, fawn, daisy, daisies, Sedona, team, teamwork, football, tracks, artist, easel, keg, Monticello, christian, conservative, grace, love
I have always been considered an "artist" from an early age. Sketching, drawing, painting, playing musical instruments. Photography has always been one of my favorite mediums for expressing myself. I remember "borrowing" a camera from my step-father when I was younger, and pretending to take pictures all over the neighborhood.