Tag Archives: Fall Color

Pogue Creek Canyon

On my travels this month I made a stop at Pogue Creek Canyon State Natural Area. It had been several years since I had visited. It was like seeing an old friend again. Photo © Byron Jorjorian www.byronjorjorian.com Advertisements

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The Reflective Season

“It’s on the strength of observation and reflection that one finds a way. So we must dig and delve unceasingly.” ~Claude Monet This year’s fall season winds quietly down along the Little River. I love the quiet time that I … Continue reading

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Photography as Meditation

As a fine art nature photographer I have discovered that the quiet time I spend while walking/hiking to my photographic destination is an important part of my creative process. Whenever I feel a creative block while creating photographs I stop … Continue reading

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The Dance

Fall leaves swirl…. Photograph © Byron Jorjorian http://www.byronjorjorian.com

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Golden Gingko

I had my eye on this Gingko tree for several days before the right conditions presented themselves for this photograph. The tree fairly glowed in the heavy fog at sunrise and I had only a few minutes to set up … Continue reading

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Details of the Moment

Time in nature is marked in moments. I feel that art in general and photography in particular is uniquely suited to sharing those moments. When I created this image I had already spent the morning photographing from just before dawn. … Continue reading

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Jewels at the edge of Fall

I love the art of photographing on mornings just before Fall really sets in. Everything is covered in dew and glistening in the early morning light. I have to work deliberately and fast to create photographs before the light changes … Continue reading

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