“Home at Last Triptych”

All images – Canon 5D Mark II f2.8 16-35mm zoom @ 35mm ISO 50 f22@ 6secs Singh-Ray Vari ND Bogen Neotech Tripod

This entry was written by Craig , posted on Thursday September 22 2011at 01:09 pm , filed under Beach, Landscape, Triptychs, Tybee Island . Bookmark the permalink . Post a comment below or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.

5 Responses to ““Home at Last Triptych””

  • Sam Gray says:

    I really like the single “Home” images but I absolutely LOVE the triptych!
    The circular motion created by the outside images just push the ethereal feeling over the top. And to think I met some of those grains of sand up close and personal makes the connection stronger. I really miss the group vibe from Savannah but mostly spending time with you and Wes. Here’s hoping we can do it again…

  • wnor says:

    I totally understand what you must be feeling, Craig, and these beautiful images help me know that you have finally reached the home that you have wanted ever since I have known you. I am sure you will be able to visit this wonderful beach more often now that you will always be close by, so we can expect more landscapes. Congratulations on finally reaching a place that you have always wanted to be. I must be a calming feeling for you.

    Best regards,

  • tonebytone says:

    Craig, while I like all three images separately, there’s no way I could even decide on which one to print, if I had to decide, that is. So the triptych is the way to go here.

    The shores of any of the oceans or lakes that I’ve ever visited are always “best” for me during their off seasons. So much peace and quiet during calm days, cloudy days – even sunny days – but sometimes sunny days are just too bright for peace and quiet.

    Just the right choice of shutter speed to make these beautiful impressions and make me wish I were there right now!


  • stevek1006 says:

    Glad to see you posting here again. Like the others, I love the individual images – They remind me of Mark Rothko’s paintings. They work so well as abstractions of color, line and shape that you can actually flip them on their side or upside down and they are still so effective. And the triptych is so powerful, I only wish that I could see it larger. Thanks for sharing.


  • To me, this is a sequential metaphor about the path of every day life leading into the future. Simple and strong. Strong not despite, but because it seems so simple. Simplicity is so difficult to photograph, and this triptychon really is inspiring me.


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