Some may say that a nature photograph of a sunset or sunrise is one of the most beautiful views one can photograph. Well, I think so too and I try to find them as I travel the world. This one was a sunset over the Aegean Sea taken from the coast of Turkey. Now I have decided to make some of my personal photography into fine art prints. You can see/purchase them here at Fine Art America .
And I don’t want to leave you without seeing some of these other images of the Aegean Coast of Turkey. Check it out:
The Aegean Sea is a very special place for me. I think I must have lived in either the Turkish coast or the Greek coast, or perhaps on one of the many islands there…
So, I spend my summers in the Aegean and I…as you might know…love to take photographs and when I found this boat graveyard…actually a marine carpenter’s shop…I found many subjects for incredible photography (for me).
Now I have allowed them to become prints because many have asked me to do it as there are many boat owners, fishermen, sailors out there that love to see pictures of how life at sea is, was or imagined…
Here is a little more of Turkey and the beautiful Aegean Coast and beaches:
Jazz Art is my thing, as a lover of jazz…and a musician in another life…and an admirer of the genre. I’ve spent countless hours in clubs, theatres, festivals and anywhere else I can hear a jazz man play…
From my JaZzArt collection comes now prints. Available here at Pixels or Fine Art America . The jazz band, one of my favourite subjects for, naturally, Jazz Art. There are so many more done in black and white (Phase I), then with colour (Phase II), then in colour and larger sizes (Phase III), and at the end of this summer (2022) I will present Phase IV…
Here is a little more of my jazz art but with my lads Abstract Jazz Arrangement:
Bueno, os abandono pero por corto tiempo. He dejado muchas entradas programadas para que sigan apareciendo en el blog, pero no voy a estar monitoreándolas ya que estaré viajando. Pero muy pronto regresaré al ritmo del blog y a leer vuestras entradas e interesantes artículos.
All right, so I am abandoning you, sort of. I’ve left many posts scheduled to appear daily in the blog but I will not be monitoring it as I will be travelling. But before you know it I will be back and ready to continue with the rhythm of the blog and as well to reading your posts and interesting articles.
This photograph I took while visiting the ruins of the ancient Greek/Roman city of Pergamon, located in modern-day Turkey. The angle makes those columns look imposing and gives one a brief glimpse of what that temple was when it was at its best. I love photography and now I have decided to make these photos available as prints through Fine Art America, click here .
And, like always, I want to leave you with further reference. Turkey is a country that I love and that is incredible in many ways, especially history. So I am leaving you this video I did several years ago, check it out:
What can I say, this is one of the newer ones (2019) of the JaZzArt Phase I collection. The original is in a new home with a collector, but the print is now available through my new site at Fine Art America and you can get it here .
While you are here, why not check out some more of my artwork…
Photography has always fascinated me and although I am not a trained photographer, I always fancied myself as being able to capture something special with the lens of my camera…now an I-phone…and letting it be a manifestation of my art. Here is a photograph I took a long time ago while travelling through the Aegean Coast of Turkey. I think it captures the essence of time passing and as it does it leaves some things behind that sort of look down upon our modernity. This is a mountain top where below one can see a city. I do not remember which city it was but it is in the south western portion of Turkey. The tower is an ancient ruin, perhaps Roman? Perhaps Greek? Persian?
Check out these fine art prints that I have decided to release through a great platform, Fine Art America by clicking here and you can also see other prints that I have made available.
I leave you with a video that I made about Turkey to enhance your experience: