Striving to return to my roots

October 07, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

Hey!

I am going to try a to blog again. I have been having a difficult time trying to find my inspiration this year. 

There is no way to understate how important it was for me to spend a couple of days in Jasper National Park without time constraints and have the ability just appreciate the space.  This was made possible only by the actions of a dear friend, I thank her for her invite and the company.  I did spend some of the some of these two days shooting blindly, I will admit that there were times within the day, that the enthusiasm waned.  But, there were moments when I caught myself breathing quickly and enjoying my day and the moment at hand. There is nothing that I find greater pleasure than a cool crisp morning with a camera in front of me.

I have always been drawn to the mountains and strangely I am rarely there are for the colour.  I find myself seeking out drama, hoping for cloudy moody skies.  This suits black and white photograph far more than it does colour, but I will never shy away from black and white imagery.  Black and white photography has and always will be my soul.  For a while I was only presenting colour photography in a vain attempt at maintaining popularity.  I must admit I do love colour photography and I will never shy away from it, but I will always find something special about black and white.  Soon I will be relocating to a location that is far more conducive to mountain photography, I am thoroughly excited to explore a new area and capture new visions.

Mt. Lowell  Drew May PhotoMt. Lowell Drew May PhotoDriving the Parkway between Jasper and Banff has always be a great pleasure of mine. I could spen the rest of my life wandering this road and never see everything. This day i paused before Mt. Lowell along the road and saw in Black and White.

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So, I present to you two images both in black and white and of mountains with sufficient amount of drama to entice my spirit.  I hope you enjoy what is coming from me in the near future, there will be many changes to this website, its pricing, and print fulfilment.  I hope to find an image that you wish to have on your wall, after all that is what I do, and is what I need a to survive.

Patricia's Refelection  Drew May PhotoPatricia's Refelection Drew May PhotoEarly Morning reflections on Patricia Lake in Jasper National Park

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As always,

Cheers

 


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