There are little worlds of secret possibility all around us. These photos were all taken from places around my yard, places where the eye of the camera can readily go, but where human eyes rarely choose to tread. There is a certain beauty in these hidden places, a beauty which I have attempted to capture, to cast in color and digital light through the lense of my camera, but it is only in person, under the complete and total focus of the human eye that these little worlds yield up their most enchanting secrets.
Come with me, follow the eye of my camera through the hidden places of my farm, and experience a kind of wonder that can only be fostered by the exploration of the very small, the hidden beauty that the eye often passes over, takes for granted, and is sadly blind to.
A note about these photos: These pictures were taken by Earl S. Wynn on the rural stretch of farm where he lives. I'd like to be able to offer them as stock, but I've had some trouble with people copying my materials wholesale, claiming it as thiers and then out-marketing me so that I no longer get the pageview compensation I deserve.
If you like what you see here, feel free to link back to this article (or the slideshow), or contact me directly if you're interested in using these photos for anything you want. I'm really friendly and easy to work with. *smile*
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