Friday, February 5, 2016

The Mysterious Forest

Meanwhile, back at Linda's lovely property in Surrey, Winter is in full force. While we don't have snow, the trees are bare and inscrutable, and the ground is littered with storm tossed leaves and branches. Bear Creek, the dreamy, meandering stream of summer, has become a turbulent torrent. Take a look. 


Branches



River in the Rain


Echoes of Fall





Rockin' Chair
Wild Waters

The Hollow
Copyright 2016, Kathy Neudorf




Sunday, January 10, 2016

Winter

Welcome to 2016! I spent the Christmas break at The Glen, where Winter has definitely taken hold. Snow is everywhere, and it shows no signs of leaving. Here are a few impressions. 


Adirondacks In Snow
Snow Field



In The Trees

Into The Woods
Winter Forest
Copyright 2016, Kathy Neudorf

Saturday, December 26, 2015

Night Magic

Christmas lights are magical, aren't they? I love the big, glittering displays, and tonight photographed a neighborhood attraction. Instead of more traditional shots I moved the camera with a slow shutter. Out came these fun abstracts! There is something exhilarating about creating effects in camera. Editing is minimal - they either work or they don't. I'm enjoying this!


Angel Wings




Fire Storm

Light Waves
Snowman And Friends


Splash

Splash I

Star, With Angels
Copyright 2015, Kathy Neudorf 


Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Roots and Wings

In late September/early October my sister and I spent 2 weeks in England. This was my childhood home, and I had not returned since leaving at the age of 12. Our purpose was to visit old haunts, connecting with the past and discovering how it fit into the present. We journeyed from North to South to West by train, bus, and occasionally by car. Our first stop was in Stockport, staying at the Copper Beech Guest House. This is a historic, charming B and B, hosted by the warm and welcoming Liz Bailey. Stockport is urban and industrial, yet Liz and her husband Mike have turned their back garden into an oasis.

Chairs


Inlay
A Gnome's Home

Pond


Stone Flowers

Tiny Falls
Copyright 2015, Kathy Neudorf

Monday, October 19, 2015

Another Day in Paradise

Autumn is upon us, and I was lucky enough to spend another day with the Brass Band Art Group, at Linda Steele's property in Surrey. The change in season has not diminished the charm of the place, and once again its magic took hold. Our task was to start a project called 'The Four Seasons', where we will interpret nature as it changes throughout the year. Hmmm. Not sure that got done, but I sure had fun!

Autumn Abstract


Water I
Trees and Grass
Water II
Leaves and Branches
Copyright 2015, Kathy Neudorf 

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Such A Pretty Place We Live In.....

View from Leg In Boot Square.

False Creek Sunrise
Copyright 2015, Kathy Neudorf

Sunday, August 9, 2015

Water, Water Everywhere


I recently explored the Duffy Lake Road, between Pemberton and Lillooet. I'd heard stories of this wonderful place, and had been there during the winter months, experiencing cold like no other. What a difference a season makes. There was water at every turn, which happens to be one of my favorite things to photograph.

Joffre Lake
  Shannon Falls
Stream
Seton Lake
Brandywine Falls
Duffy Lake
Castle in the Sand
Copyright 2015, Kathy Neudorf

Sunday, July 26, 2015

Grace In The Grass

A few weeks ago I was an exhibitor at Arts At Darts (see Adirondacks post, below). This was a delightful event on a perfect evening. A highlight was photographing the exquisite dancers from XBa DanceCo, who drifted like living sculpture through the plants and trees. These photos have been 5 years in the making, and I'm so pleased to have finally taken them.


Angel
Walking on Water
Dreaming
Blue
Sorceress
Copyright 2015, Kathy Neudorf

Friday, July 3, 2015

The Magic Kingdom

My artist friend, Linda Steele, of the Brass Band Art Group, recently moved to a beautiful property in Surrey. Last week I had the opportunity to explore her garden, which is a cornucopia of water, trees, and flowers. The sights, sounds, and colors were spectacular. Here are a few impressions. I intend to return; Linda, you have been warned!

Grotto




Morningside Creek

Swing on a String
Copyright, 2015, Kathy Neudorf

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

The Town That Time Forgot

It's easy to miss the town of Hedley. To some it's little more than a whistle stop on Highway 3, between Princeton and Keremeos. The area has a rich mining history. A short drive into town reveals a treasure trove of charming old buildings and artifacts nestled in the magnificent Similkameen Valley. Here are some gems:


Various Receptacles



House Cat



Stripes











The Hitching Post Restaurant

Behind Lilacs
Elegantly Wasted
Garage
Roadster
Gift Shop
Copyright 2015, Kathy Neudorf