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by Jon Glaser
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This photograph was taken in the Smoky Mountains. It borders Tennessee and North Carolina and are part of the Appalachian Mountains. The fog that... more
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This photograph was taken in the Smoky Mountains. It borders Tennessee and North Carolina and are part of the Appalachian Mountains. The fog that hangs of the region is caused by the trees and plants that give off orgainic compounds with a high vapor pressure. *NOTE - The artist suggests printing this image on Metallic or Luster Paper with a white mat. However, your print will be beautiful and long-lasting, whatever aesthetic preference you select from Fine Art America. Explore the attractive custom-framing and other options available on this page; all are competitively priced. If you have any questions about my images or need assistance with recommendations on sizing framing or medium, please contact me at email@example.com
There is something fulfilling about capturing a moment in time…particularly as the sun makes its first or last appearance. My photographic work reflects an affinity for movement and sound; the latter reminiscent of a song, starting calmly, building strength, power and energy, until the shutter releases and the image is recorded as the ultimate crescendo. While I am mostly drawn to the grand landscape, my portfolio includes macro, still life and abstract work as well, showcasing a relationship between color and light. Born and raised in Southern California, South Florida has been my home for more than 20 years. While photography has always been an inherent part of my life, I began my career as a fine art photographer following...
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