This unique artist/photographer, who calls herself a “Reflectionist,” uses her synesthesia to tell her when to snap the shutter as soon as she sees, hears, and feels sounds and textures in reflections on water. She thinks of the wind as the paintbrush, the surface of the water her canvas, and her camera the instrument by which she records her observations. She never manipulates a picture after taking it. The list of titles she wrote for her pictures reads like poetry.
But it isn’t necessary to know any of this to appreciate the breathtaking beauty and inventiveness of her astoundingly painterly photos. They speak for themselves.
Coterie of Circles
Muses and Halos
The Wonder of White
Bells of Kiev
The Bluest Eye from Bells of Kiev
Lavender Plus Gold Equals Bells from Bells of Kiev
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