Nature in Motion*
"She braves an uncertain future."
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The Blue Forest
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These abstracts largely arise from a method of "shooting",  
rather than electronic manipulation
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Blue-eyed blond
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thinking of yesterday
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swirling kilts

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my tulip garden
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Lipstick Hussy
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"A Summer Walk" A juror's selection
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A Rising Tide
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"Red Tide"
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Deep Space Search  16x20"
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blue risers
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*Why in Motion?
Most photography emphasizes the static using
tripods, high speed shutters, and fast lenses to
produce frozen-sharp images.  Yet when viewing
nature or art, we often are in motion ourselves:
walking, swaying.  When stopping to peer more
closely at a work, heads still move. Tilt. Eyes
sweep. Seldom is there “locked in a tripod”
stillness.  And of course from photons to planets
our entire world is in constant motion.

I allow my natural subjects to be moved by nature
or by shifting light, my camera, myself.  Permitting
motion exposes the energy awaiting,  allowing  
more vivid Emotion.  I hope you enjoy.  –Trainor
1 sec past singularity
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at the Pale
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escape with me
Mad Dash to Freedom
a skinny peacock?