When the tide is in, these rocks are buried; when the tide is out, there are yards of sand surrounding these rocks. I found them only half submerged and stilled the raging waters around them for just a moment - no longer than a breath. Them I released that moment of stillness to once again merge with the infinite.

Karen Hanley Colbert

I have been diligently working on my photographic vision in all aspects of Fine Art Photography. I shoot both in color and black and white. Over the past ten years, my work has been recognized in local, regional, national and international Juried Competitions. I have received awards, honors and nominations in Abstract, Nature, Architecture and Landscape among others. My imagery has also been exhibited and sold in a local gallery and published in two magazines. In the last few years, ...

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