Step into a sunny and surreal scene at the beach, as you enjoy my digital landscape artwork of two gargantuan shells – possibly, prehistoric fossils. Or, not. Nevertheless, you can discover some really cool products (gifts, apparel, prints, etc.) available through these galleries:
The Final Frontier
Cosmic digital artwork depicts a sunrise in space, with stars and other glowing planets. You can enjoy my solar rendition on a variety of cool gift and apparel items in the following shops…
Welcome to another world, a science fiction landscape of jagged mountain peaks and a mysterious turquoise sphere reflecting in the distance. Guests are encouraged to visit the following galleries for out of this world merchandise:
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On the horizon of an unusual three dimensional desert landscape, a blinding, bright flash fades to reveal the silhouette of a traveler appearing through a time portal in space. Discover gift & apparel products in these shops: Redbubble, Society 6, Pixels
After weeks at sea and with no land in sight, wide eyes of weary explorers gazed enthusiastically upon a mysterious structure in the middle of nowhere. Could they have discovered the lost city of Atlantis? Neither GPS nor navigational charts provided any answers, so they approached the tower with the utmost caution…
You can imagine Atlantis if you close your eyes, or see an array of interesting products featuring my digital artwork – in these shops:
Here are a few samples of what you’ll discover…
Truly a naturally beautiful woman, Carla Milho, based in Lisbon, Portugal, is a gifted & creative writer with a wonderful sense of imagination. I very much enjoyed her recent writing, “To Conquer“, and encourage you to visit her web site to read more positive, insightful and inspiring works.
Modified photo from unsplash.com.
Following sunrise at Luftee Overlook, I decided to take the long way home – a scenic drive along Little River Gorge Road. At a point beyond Laurel Falls, I happened to observe two small waterfalls, barely visible through the trees. So, I pulled over and parked.
After a short hike through the woods, I arrived at the edge of Little River and found a spot to take a few photographs. Doing so, I noticed a taller waterfall through the trees in the distance. Later, I would learn the name – Mannis Branch Falls.
So, I thought, can I safely cross the river, and, if so, where to begin?
The current was strong, and, each time I stepped, pressure from the power of moving water would force my foot and leg away from me, downstream. This meant that I needed to be certain that my back foot was securely planted before stepping – which first entailed determining where I could safely step, and that I should expect to have my balance tested during the process. Carrying a heavy backpack was also a consideration. In addition, the riverbed posed issues. It wasn’t easy to see through the white water. When possible, the darker areas represented larger rocks, and were very slippery. Lighter areas were safer footholds, though less common, consisting mostly of small rocks and sand. I found myself constantly trying to avoid having a foot slip between the rocks. During the crossing, I was grateful that I’d found a walking stick to help maintain my balance – and, I used two walking sticks on my return! Live and learn.
If you’d like to accent a wall in your home or office with a print featuring my photography, you can visit my gallery at Fine Art America to select the print type which best suits your interests.
What made this experience most fun was the fact that I just happened to stumble upon this particular waterfall. If you look at my hiking page, you’ll see that I’ve visited many falls in the area. In each instance, I’ve researched and planned in advance. On this day, I winged it – good weather, there was water flowing, the falls were accessible, I took some nice photographs and I didn’t fall. Success!
Welcome to a mysterious land on an alien planet covered with terraced rock ledges and a distant sun. This digital art was created using Adobe Photoshop, Bryce and Affinity Photo software. Guests may discover a variety of items available by visiting my galleries at Fine Art America and Redbubble…
It’s out of sight!
Beyond the moon’s horizon lies the planet earth and a distant, glowing cosmos. This digital space scene can be yours on a variety of items available print on demand in my galleries at Redbubble, Society 6 and Fine Art America. So, why not stop by for a visit and explore…
Enjoy this poster featuring inspirational words from the famous Spanish explorer Christopher Columbus, who discovered America in the year 1492. Several different sizes to select. You can choose between these paper types: value (matte), poster (semi-gloss), archival heavyweight (matte) or premium canvas (gloss). Optional frame accessories available, also.