A new day, a new edited portrait:
For the past nearly two years my interest has turned to Portraiture and the Human Form. I’ve finally got around to adding some of my relatively recent work.
You can see what I’ve been doing at https://derekchambersphotography.com/portrait-photography/
I have been remiss in updating my website (too much time spent keeping the Bridge Lake Photo Group website current!). So, today, I have added new photos, from the Ancient Forest, from Bella Coola and the Tallheo Cannery, and from Farwell Canyon.
Please take a look.
Larry Citra and I visited the Park last week and came away not only refreshed in spirit but also with a few photographs. I invite you to take a look. Here are a couple of examples of what I saw.
Feral chickens, brought by the first Polynesian settlers, outnumber the human population of Kaua’i, even at the height of tourist season, by a wide margin. They are everywhere and pretty, but the cocks crow constantly.
And in case you are wondering about their food value, here’s a recipe we were given: take a large pot, fill it 2/3 with water, place a medium sized lava stone in it, together with the plucked and cleaned chicken. Simmer gently until the lava stone is soft. Chicken is ready to be eaten.
Here’s a more classic view of Kaua’i:
Many more Kaua’i photos are here.
Recently I have been working on blending texture layers with some of my images. I’ve gathered the results to a new menu tab, Layered And Textured Images. Take a look and let me know what you think.