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Home is where the heart is,
a camera is an artist's heart -
every shutter-click is a heart beat.

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Photographs: "Downton Angels, Foggy Los Angeles Town" series

"Castles In The Sky"

"Disney Concert Hall"

"Hotel California"

"Enter The FreeWay"

"Homeward Bound"

"Contact! OK to GO!"

"Exit With The Light"

by Karin Lisa Atkinson

Location: Downtown, Los Angeles October 2014
Camera: Sony DSC-RX100 M2 (pocket camera)
Conditions: Night, Fog, ambient light, no flash, no tripod

Poem by Karin Lisa Atkinson

"Circus of the Stars"

"LAX Olympics"

"Traffic Jam"

"Beam Me Up! Ready for the Next Generation!"

"De.materialization, Re.materialization"

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Photographs: "Sea Space: Higher Movement" series

"Sea Space: Higher Movement" series 
By Karin Lisa Atkinson

Location: Los Angeles
Camera: Nikon D3100 18-55mm lens
Conditions: Natural light, no flash, no tripod, natural movement,
interior aquarium, slight post-processing of sharpness, depth and contrast.
Size: about the size of a 7 year old child's head

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Photographs: "Blind Man's Insightful View of the World" Ethiopia series

"World Insight"

"Blind Faith"

by Karin Lisa Atkinson

Location: Oromia, near the Sudan and Ethiopia border,
the terraced valley of the Holy Caves of Miracle Healing Water,
Debre Libanos Monastery ደብረ፡ሊባኖስ Ethiopia, January 2006

Camera: Canon PowerShot (pocket camera)
Conditions: Natural light, late windy afternoon, dry dusty, no flash, no tripod

"Blind Man's Insightful View of the World"

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Photographs: "Eclipsed Moon's View of the World ~ Sky-painting The Dance With Nature" series

"Eclipsed Moon's View of the World, Sky-painting The Dance With Nature"

by Karin Lisa Atkinson

Location: Los Angeles, October 8, 2014 (photos taken between 2:30-3:30am)
Camera: Sony DSC-RX100 M2 (pocket camera)
Conditions: Natural light, night, eclipse of the Moon, no tripod, no flash