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Bruno D’Amicis – End of the year

Andrew Raynor   A winter twilight in the ancient forest. Silent, the camera on the tripod is recording a snowy scenery in the fading light. This is so dim the eyes can barely make out shapes. Then a passing shadow, the color of rust and fluid as oil, gives life to the frame. In the […]

João Cosme – Parque Nacional Peneda-Gerês

Andrew Raynor   At this time, in partnership with other friends photographers of Portuguese nature, start a new photographic project, where the one of my missions is the only national park Portugal. Visit this new project: https://www.realces.com Happy New Year Andy Raynor Dover NH

Dune Dragons, Part 3

Andrew Raynor Light.   It’s an amazing conduit of energy.   It transfers life into so many things.   Light allows plants to grow, to produce sugars, to ultimately transfer energy into their consumers.   It impacts how our minds work, how we interpret the world around us, how we feel.   Only recently, observations […]

Dune Dragons, Part 3

Andrew Raynor Light.   It’s a remarkably amazing conduit of energy.   It transfers life into so many things.   Light allows plants to grow, to produce sugars, to ultimately transfer energy into their consumers.   It impacts how our minds work, how we interpret the world around us, how we feel.   Only recently, […]

Cindy Jeannon – Cross the clouds

Andrew Raynor   During three weeks, I lived near a frozen lake in Norway. Immersing into the white, the thoughts are like a renewal. The time doesn’t exist. We cross the time like an experience. Andy Raynor Dover NH