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Grace Seil Frary | "Landler" Op. 9, No. 4 by Johann Kaspar Mertz
Variation refers to a technique where musical material is repeated in altered form. The changes may involve harmony, melody, counterpoint, rhythm, timbre, dynamics or any combination of the before mentioned...
The EF-M 22 2.0 STM was released Spring 2012 and joins the EF-s 24 2.8 STM and EF 40 2.8 STM as one of three pancake lenses in Canon's lineup. However, the EF-M 22 2.0 STM mount is EOS M series only...
I bought the DR-05 because I wanted something smaller than my DR-100 MKII for recording while traveling and wandering around town. Here’s what I thought about this little recorder after a couple spins around the block.
The DR-60D MKII is optimized for DSLR video shooters—lacking music extras like a tuner and metronome—but otherwise sports most of the features of the DR-40 but housed in a bag and camera friendly case.
Washington State affords photographic opportunities galore: snow capped mountain ranges, rolling farm lands, inland seas, bustling cities, plentiful parks, virgin rain forests and historical landmarks. I return every Summer to wander and shoot.
Port Townsend, Washington, is a charming Victorian town on the Northeastern Olympic Peninsula. Framed by the Olympic Mountains, Puget Sound and Strait of Juan de Fuca, Port Townsend is a haven for artists, sailors, retirees, tourtists and, well, plain old folk.
I grew up in the neighboring state of Washington but visited Oregon many times to shoot and sightsee. The Columbia River Gorge, Oregon Coast and Mount Hood are a few of my favorite locations. Oregon's abundant natural beauty keep me coming back.
The Columbia Gorge is a mammoth canyon craved out by the mighty Columbia River. The Gorge snakes 80 miles westward through the Cascades, forming a boundary between Washington and Oregon. Both sides of the Gorge are stunning.
The Pacific Coast Highway twists along the shoreline from Washington to California, offering towering cliffs, sea-stacks, expansive beaches, ancient forests, bone chilling fog, massive sand dunes, Art Deco bridges and rustic villages. Most travelers are grinding down I-5, making US 101 and California 1 a relaxing scenic drive. The gotcha is keeping eyes on the road... lest you tumble into the churning Pacific.
I love to record the beauty of the world around me and bring a camera everywhere I go. The result is this gallery of my best travel, landscape and street photography. It's a work in progress and I'll add new images from time to time.
On all the earth, this is my favorite place. I grew up in Port Townsend, and Fort Worden and surrounding beaches were my playground and refuge. This gallery is a peek into this powerful and scared place. Come feel the Northwest vibe.