Still Learning To See

Finalist #1, a new moon

Over the past several weeks I’ve enjoyed making the final selections for the show I’ll be hanging in January at the Central Vermont Medical Center gallery. I had some fascinating breakthroughs in the process, including the realization that I had plenty of good choices! In the end I found a group of thirty-one photos that I’m thrilled with and that I think viewers will find very interesting.

Many thanks to readers of this blog for their comments, and special thanks to Liz and Suz who both have been so supportive and to my pal Rob for a critical eye, essential help with printing and endless enthusiasm. The show will go up in early January—exact date to be determined—and will hang for about two months.

Between now and then, I’ll be sharing the images I’ve selected on this blog and in the end I’ll post them all in one gallery to be enjoyed by all.

Thank you!

I think the April waxing crescent moon, hung in a blue scrim evening sky, complements the Black Locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) perfectly. It is a scene I always look forward to seeing—luckily it is just down the street!

This entry was published on November 23, 2012 at 8:50 am. It’s filed under Moon, Photograph, Spring and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

3 thoughts on “Finalist #1, a new moon

  1. Congratulations! I’m hoping the Medical Center gallery will have your exhibition on a website–your photographs have been such a joy, and seeing the ones you’ve chosen to display would be very interesting. 🙂

  2. Thanks. I’ll make sure they are available online for all to view who cannot come to Vermont.

  3. Deborah Leu on said:

    Congratulations, John! Wonderful that you’ve having a show. Hope you and Liz had a great Thanksgiving.

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