Evening Aria

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EveningSong2In-camera multiple exposures of the mutable river and sky ~ intimate and still, wide open and wild. The summer heat sends the mind (and perhaps the body) to the water.

© Karen McRae, 2015

Underwater 2 ~ Swim

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River-Lilies4In the heat of summer I can think of nothing more luxurious than sinking into water.

[Photographs made at the same time as the images in the previous post. These images are also inverted in processing]

© Karen McRae, 2015

Underwater ~ River Lilies

  • I am getting to know a new small camera that can be used underwater. A camera that doesn’t mind a rainy day or a swim in a river, or maybe the odd little bump. It hasn’t had much use yet but here are a few pictures from a canoe trip the camera has recently been on.

    River lilies that have been inverted in processing to bring out the lovely forms. Lots of possibilities to explore, not enough time!

    RiverLilies

    © Karen McRae, 2015

  • Spring Rush 2

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    FemaleMartin1
    A lot can change in a couple of weeks. The landscape is now teeming with life and tender growth. Heatwaves and sunshine. The pace of change is almost dizzying. It’s hard to keep up with everything. I have had a chance to check in on the purple martins, though, who have returned from their far-away winter grounds in Brazil. They are busy catching insects, bickering, and setting up house for this year’s breeding. Pictured here is a female martin in flight.

    © Karen McRae, 2015