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Jayne and I traveled to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, for an off-season getaway to photograph the Spring wildlife migrations in Grand Teton National Park. During this trip, we were blessed to experience wildlife like we never had seen before. We had seen some “wild” life in our travels over the years, but nothing for us compared to what we experienced in Jackson Hole. This truly is a special, wild place, and one of the last remaining places of its kind in the country. As a result, I put together this book in an attempt to convey my feeling of awe. In addition to the legendary scenery of the Grand Tetons, I also tried to include a variety of the amazing animals and birds we saw.
We take windows for granted, don't we? After all, aren't they just architectural elements of design? They are portals to allow light, air and sound to pass through. But, they can also be gateways into history with a sense of mystery.
Recently I viewed the Netflix series “Medici: the Magnificent”. The family is well-known for its support of the arts and humanities during the Renaissance in Florence which made it the cultural center of Europe. As a result, I became inspired to want to share some images of mine as a brief celebration of the Florentine Renaissance.
In 1547, Prince Vicino Orsini commissioned work to begin on a park filled with twenty-four natural bedrock-sculpted art pieces based on grotesque figures of mythological origin.
Whenever I travel to a historic location, I take a moment and close my eyes, and try visualize what life must have been like for the people who may have occupied this particular scene.