Perhaps someone fed this coyote. Or, maybe dropped some food by accident. For that matter, the smell of food may have been present. Whatever the case, I photographed this coyote – a smaller species of canine closely related to the wolf, native to North America – loitering near a parking area in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee.
Somethings intrigue all creatures, such as a beautiful evening sunset over the ocean. I hope that you enjoy this image, a digital collage of two photographs with enhanced detail, tonal adjustments and texture added. Visit my gallery at Pixels to see more. Thanks for stopping by!
While attending the Ann Arbor Art Fair several years ago, a city police officer allowed me the opportunity to photograph this wonderful german shepherd police dog. Please visit my gallery at Fine Art America for more.
Many moons ago, in a distant land referred to as Kalamazoo, a slow, low-to-the-ground basset hound named “Flash” posed for a picture in an apartment window.
He was a cantankerous dog, rather dim-witted and liked to howl loudly. And, if you looked at him in a manner he deemed inappropriate, Flash would express his displeasure rather quickly by means of a moderately-firm bite. Ouch!
How this graphic design came to be is somewhat unusual.
I took this photograph in 1997 using Kodak film in an analog camera. Several years later – probably 2005 – I owned a simple digital camera and a more ‘modern’ computer with creative software. At that time, I had the idea that I could take a digital photograph of the film negative, and use it in some fashion as an element of a future design. That point in time was this morning.
I used both Abode Photoshop & Affinity Photo to craft this graphic design, now available for purchase in the following galleries:
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Enjoy my artistic rendition of a curious fox looking, perhaps, at an unattended campfire grill. If you’d be interested in a print for your home or office, or as a gift for family or friends, then please visit my gallery at Fine Art America. Select from several different print options –
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This red fox has his eye on something, probably lunch. Ever so softly he steps forward, careful not to alert the prey to his presence. He is focused, as this meal should last for the day. This picture is based on a photograph and is available in my gallery at Fine Art America on a variety of prints and other items. Great for both home and at the office. Enjoy!
Enjoy my artistic rendition of a dog in a snow covered forest, starring intently ahead as he ponders his next steps. Bring nature into your home or office with a wonderful print (framed, canvas, acrylic, metal, wood, art and posters) by visiting my gallery at Pixels. Other items available, as well.
Generally speaking, aside from a chicken, perhaps, who doesn’t like a Red Fox? Enhance the decor of your living spaces with this creative wall tapestry, featuring a reflective abstract portrait of our four-legged friend! Made of 100% lightweight polyester with hand-sewn finished edges. Available in three different sizes to suit your needs. Durable enough for both indoor and outdoor use. Enjoy!