WOT About PhotoScapes!
Photoscapes is a tribute to our ability for self-exploration toward creativity. It is on the same energy plane of writing, journaling, or simply doodling, and intended to be more than a collection of photos!
It is envisioned to be a gateway of illustrating the interconnection between what we see, and what we express creatively. In otherwords, how we see, whether it is through the lens of a camera, or from the tip of an artist’s paint brush, or from the tip of a writer’s pen on a note pad is remarkably, the same.
Visualization in your mind transferred into creative expression.
We all begin somewhere. Whether we are a baby in a crib pondering the strand of fabric of the soft blanket, or a young child marveling at the architectural structure of the ant mound in the dirt, or an artist marveling at the flight of the seagull launching off the sea salt covered cliffs guarding the lighthouse: we begin with crawling, then walking, then running.
Bring forth your creativity through self-exploration, find wonderment, share your new found excitement with others silently or loudly, then soar!
Let us explore the other realm of our senses.
Scroll down to view Photoscapes by contributing photographers.
Maurice Tillet the inspiration to SHREK?
WOT About Photoscapes
From the Island of Molokai, Hawaii. Contributing photographer Ms. Judy Mikami. All Rights Reserved.
“One of my favorite photos of the boats by Coconut Grove. I love going there and never get tired even if it’s the same place. I always see something different.”- Judy Mikami
“The setting sun engulfs Molokai. The fiery thoughts or happenings that cross our mind during times of adjustment, and wishing that things were different. The quiet end to a beautiful day and a reminder that the fiery sky will turn into something bright, calm, and promising when daylight breaks.”
West Molokai. Photographer Judy Mikami
“I always enjoy Japan, no matter what. I’m always impressed by the cleanliness, orderliness, and the simple yet complexity of the cities, towns, food, etc.” -Judy Mikami
Ms. Judy Mikami, Photographer. All Rights Reserved.