Still Learning To See

The rest of the color palette

Since I began this post about planning our new show at the Wood Art Gallery in January, several things have happened. First, a foot of beautiful snow has fallen—so much for no B&W! Second, the temperature has plummeted, -8°F here this morning, and stunning ice (above) and wind-blown snow photographs beg to be considered. More on both these in the next few days.

All that said, I’ve also decided to trim back the number of photographs I’ll be using in the to show some of my favorites in the color palette I regularly photograph here in Central Vermont. There will be more shows in the future and more spaces to share more new work!

These are the photographs I’m planning on for the Wood show. Details about the opening will be forthcoming.

This entry was published on December 15, 2017 at 10:03 am. It’s filed under John Snell, John Snell Photographer, Photograph and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

6 thoughts on “The rest of the color palette

  1. Karen Dailey on said:

    When we also have cold and 8″ or so of snow, I fine I’m really loving the vibrant color of the nature photos above. We need a bit of both to survive! Many thanks, John, for continuing to blog…with your amazing pictures and your thoughtful ponderings.

  2. You have a nice selection of photographs for the wood show-wish i could be there. I am looking forward to more pictures of ice and snow too. Funny, how one can truly miss snow. Having once lived in Central Vermont and now living in Connecticut I do. Our snow down here is never as deep..

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