Tag Archives: Photograph

Travel Channel Uses My Cathedral Rock Image

Reflections in Oak Creek at Red Rock crossing at Cathedral Rock So I’m looking at my iPhone on the Travel Channel in the news app. I’m reading the article about 15 Fall Getaways (always looking for more places to shoot), and … Continue reading

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The Tennessee Coneflower

More than 20 years ago I stepped onto Couchville Cedar Barrens and saw the Tennessee Coneflower for the first time. Geoff Roach, who at that time worked for The Tennessee Chapter of The Nature Conservancy, led me on the short … Continue reading

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Light on the Double Arch

It is amazing to me how light can transform. This wonderful rock formation came alive in the extraordinary light this summer on a recent hike at Big South Fork National Recreation Area. Photo © Byron Jorjorian www.byronjorjorian.com

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Subtlety

Human subtlety will never devise an invention more beautiful, more simple or more direct than does Nature, because in her inventions, nothing is lacking and nothing is superfluous. Leonardo da Vinci This is an image from my new book Treasures … Continue reading

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Daisies in the Morning Light

“Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature.” by Gerard De Nerval Not far from my home is a field of daisies that grows next to a forest. I visit it each year and make photographs for hours. Each year I … Continue reading

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The Singularity

“The Singularity” © Byron Jorjorian http://www.byronjorjorian.com

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Bluebonnet Island

On a recent trip to Texas, I spotted these islands of bluebonnets that appeared to be floating just above a sea of yellow and green. The Texas Dandelions made a wonderful “ocean” for my “Bluebonnet Island” composition. It is always … Continue reading

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