Category Archives: monochrome

Break Even XVII, Lost in Rendition

Awarded 1st place Photography, 2017 Arts Aloft outside judged show, Stanwood, WA Image #17 from my series of photographic metaphors for the well known expression ‘break even’. Foggy early spring afternoon with an eagle flying over Skagit Bay. The presence … Continue reading

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Break Even VIII, Truth and Fog

Truth is the torch that gleams through the fog without dispelling it. Claude Adrien Helvetius Over the last 12 years, I have taken many photographs from my deck looking north on Skagit Bay. This image captured a moment when the … Continue reading

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Break Even III, Before the Thoughts

Night is the mother of thoughts. John Florio The view from my Washington state deck. It had just started to drizzle, before the rain fell. Not a limited edition. Available here on Society6 http://society6.com/dianayakowitz/break-even-iii-f4k_print#s6-4691844p4a1v45 Gallery quality Giclée print on natural … Continue reading

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The Pose

“Look at me, stop looking at me.” (Joe Florito, The Song Beneath the Ice) Sleek and beautiful, this tiny female Hummingbird caught my eye during most of my visit to the Hummingbird Habitat at the Arizona Sonoran Desert Museum, Tucson, … Continue reading

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Above the Stairs

  Another image from My Neighborhood series. A stairway to this home with wonderful Mesquite Tree and young Saguaro Cactus. Not a limited edition. Available here on Society6 http://society6.com/dianayakowitz/above-the-stairs_print#1=45 Gallery quality Giclée print on natural white, matte, ultra smooth, 100% … Continue reading

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1934

Walking my neighborhood in Tucson, I spotted this home with interesting shapes, open gate, and reflection in the window. The house number is probably not that far off from the date of the home! Not a limited edition. Available on … Continue reading

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