“All emotions are pure which gather you and lift you up.” ~ Ranier Maria Rilke
Three years ago, at Arts in the Park in Steamboat Springs, Colorado I came across an artist whose photography really struck me. Ever since I laid eyes on his work, it has been on my mind. The visceral response that I have to his images is very intense. Finally, after visiting his exhibit booth for three summers in a row, I decided I could not be without an image from this artist.
What in this image has such an impact on me?
- Reflective qualities of the water
- Illumination of the face
- Dramatic peaks in background
- “Twin” cormorants communicating their special language to each other
- The disparity between darkness and light
I’d be interested in knowing what title the artist would attach to his image. Most painters give their paintings a name. It seems that photographers ought to do the same. The title of the work often gives the viewer reason for further contemplation and insight into the emotions of the creator. Sometimes the title of a piece of artwork becomes synonymous with an artist’s name.
Perhaps I’ll contact the photographer to inquire if he were to name this image, what title would he give it? But, in the meantime, I am going to name the image myself.
“Twin Avians Basking in All Things Fulfilling”
Kenny Tong, www.KennyTong.com I will enjoy your photography for many years to come. I know you can think of a better title for your stunning photographic image. Let me know if you name it, so I can write it down and substitute it for the one I’ve got. And do return again toSteamboat Springs,Colorado!
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