Saturday, September 26, 2009

Light Studies with the Harp






Her thin fingers, moving
In the thin, tall strings,
Were weav-weav-weaving
Wonderful things
Edna Vincent St. Millay

I was working with my harp late this afternoon and the sun came through our new blinds hitting it. Enthralled I grabbed my camera and shot a series of light studies. I cannot say that I thought out the shots greatly, I just shot intuitively, much the way I live life. I was pleased with what came out.

It's a great warm up for the photo trip I'm taking next weekend to the Eastern Sierra Nevadas. This one is on my own. Just the camera and I getting some in-depth time together that we haven't had for a few months.

In about three weeks, I'll be going to get my "forever harp" that I had Triplett Harps build for me. Finally, I've been waiting since March for it. Another harper I admire, Lisa Lynne also plays Triplett Harps so I'll share some of her work...

Lisa Lynne and Friends, "Celebration 2009":



1 comment:

Olive Tree said...

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I could tell how much efforts you've taken on it.
Keep doing!

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