|Teaser Shot for I Heart Macro|
I Heart Macro.
|One of the hallways in the building|
|The arch of the hallway|
|Stone carving of the flowers in the arch|
|The side of the wall with vines growing on it|
|The ceiling in the hallway|
|After the rain|
|Bodyscapes by Allan Teger|
I found this photographer on the last day of the fair and I am so glad I did. I love his pieces and just couldn't pass them by.
His name is Brian Kainulainen, fine art photography. His website is www.bwanaoline.com and he does have a Facebook page. Needless to say I am going to be liking him on Facebook. The one thing I forgot to ask to see if he does old rusted cars. I love me some photographs of old rusted cars.
This piece I bought mom. I thought what this artist did was really interesting and I wanted to go with something new for mom too.
The artist name is Teresa Moorehouse Howley, www.teresahowley, and she does "Narrative Sculpture & Storytelling." It is cold casting in bronze and I loved her pieces. I had to be good and only buy one but I am hoping she is at the fair next year too.
If you have lasted this far I will show you the shots I have for this week's I Heart Macro. Now, you have Lisa to thank for these photos because I was totally oblivious to our surroundings because I was having too much fun people watching, so thanks Lisa!!!
This was your teaser shot and this is what the shot is:
|A fire hydrant - I guess they paint them and then the paint starts to come|
off and gives the hydrant an awesome texture
|Another shot of this hydrant|
So, if you lasted this long you deserve a medal.
I Heart Macro and see what other people are posting today.