There’s something beautiful about a framed image hanging serenely on a wall. We’re extremely proud of our sustainably sourced frames and believe there’s really no better way to enhance a stunning photograph. We’re pleased as punch to say they’ve adorned galleries and homes from London to Los Angeles.
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A heron looks upstream along the Blackstone River on the border between Lincoln and Cumberland, RI
Nikon D70. f/4.5, 1/60s, ISO 720. 18-70mm Nikkor lens. Raw format
heron, future, bird, looking towards future, early autumn, blackstone river, lincoln ri, cumberland ri
I am an imagist with a fascination for seeing the extraordinary in every-day objects and sights.I still use film occasionally and still have a love of black & white photography.
Again…viewing larger makes all the difference to how you see this image. It’s anotehr fine example of your photography. I like it because it’s as you see it and not been tweaked with all sorts of filters etc. Some images look wonderful tweaked, but this one has been done justice by just leaving as is. We always say the heron when it crouches looks like the old man of the rivers!
Thanks for appreciating the naturalness of it. I think it is the bigger challenge to be able to pull it off. Can’t tell you how much I appreciate hearing that.
When I came back from my hike that day, I learned that an old friend was on her death bed. I do think the heron had a message for me, one I will never forget. Never saw him again.
– Barry Doherty