|Reflections photo by Andrea Geesaman|
Many of the best photographs you see on this blog are shot by Andrea Geesaman. Andrea is an accomplished photographer and graphic designer with her own studios located in Pennsylvania who, in the spirit of full disclosure, also happens to be our lovely daughter.
I am thrilled to announce that she will become a regular guest contributor to Notes from Juniper Hill, sharing with us some of her beautiful images, as well as offering her own insight into the worlds of photography, art, and design as they relate to gardening, food, travel and the beauty of the natural world. She will also be happy to respond to readers who have specific questions or comments about the process of garden and landscape photography; an area of interest to many of us who want to capture all the wonderful natural beauty that surrounds us.
You'll notice a new, Behind The Lens, photography section with Andrea's photo on the sidebar, and by clicking on her image you will be able to quickly find all her latest blog entries. And right below that, you'll find links to some of our favorite garden photographers.
You can visit Andrea's own website at http://www.dreaimagesandstudio.com.
In this first post by Andrea she shares with us some of the beauty that New England has to offer this time of the year.
Behind The Lens- Autumn
From a photographer's point of view, there is no greater place than New England to capture autumn's beauty. The fantastic display of color creates a level of excitement in every image and provides a stunning backdrop that complements New England architecture so beautifully. I shot most of the following images around the Monadnock Region of New Hampshire. I hope you enjoy them!
Andrea, your photographs are absolutely stunning!! You have an incredible eye and know how to capture the perfect moment. It's nice to see that I will be able to admire them on a regular basis. I look forward to seeing more from Behind The Lens!ReplyDelete
Thanks Karl! I am looking forward to being a contributor and sharing.ReplyDelete
Andrea, I agree with Karl. Your photographs tell a wonderful story...perfect for a New Englander at heart.ReplyDelete
I look forward to seeing more!
PS...I think we have a serious case of like father, like daughter here...both very talented!
Thank you Jeanne for your kind comments. Though I didn't inherit Dad's green thumb, I hope to share my love of gardening through my photography and writing. Happy Fall!ReplyDelete
the photo's are just beautiful. It makes me feel like I am there. Can't wait for other photo's to follow. Patty