"Macro Art In Nature"

Explorations in the artistic world of macro photography.

“Tsunami” – Painting

Someday I may start painting again!
This is one created back in 06.
I also got to play around today with some of the new tablets that are out on the market now.
Very cool!

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“Tsunami”

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Michael Brown – Photographer
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January 23, 2009 - Posted by | abstract, art, blog, botanical, canon, composition, Digital, DSLR, Fine Art Nature Photography, flora, flowers, horticulture, landscapes, life, macro, Macro Photographer, nature, Nature Photographer, outdoors, paintings, Photo Blog, photoblog, photography, photoshop | , , , , ,

16 Comments

  1. Your paintings are as beautiful as your photographs.

    Comment by thedailyclick | January 24, 2009

  2. Oh wow…this is really gorgeous. You are so very talented…I am green with envy.

    Comment by Laurie | January 24, 2009

  3. Serene and intense at the same time! Beautiful, you are one talented man! I see a setting sun on the horizon of a hill, with it’s reflection in the darkened waters below…that’s just my take!

    Comment by sppokydragonfly | January 24, 2009

  4. Hey Michael,

    Wow, that is beautiful!

    For some reason your blog didn’t get added to my feedreader – I didn’t realize all the good stuff I have been missing, I have enjoyed looking back at your creations over the last few months. Great stuff!

    Ron

    Comment by Ron Niebrugge | January 24, 2009

  5. That’s a gorgeous piece man. What tablets have you been looking at?

    Comment by Mark | January 24, 2009

  6. Wow! I’m really liking it!!!!

    Comment by herojj | January 25, 2009

  7. That’s absolutely fantastic!

    Comment by Nigel | January 25, 2009

  8. This is beautiful! Lovely analogous palette and a superb sense of movement. The square formal and central sun work perfectly.

    Comment by Gill | January 25, 2009

  9. Duh! I meant square *format*.

    Comment by Gill | January 25, 2009

  10. Thanks everyone!

    Mark, I got to play around with Wacom’s Cintiq and Bamboo models which were very cool, one of their wireless tablets, one of their wide format tablets, and a large Aiptek tablet.
    The Cintiq’s are right in line for what my needs are, … but they are a bit on the pricey side.

    Ron, … I have your web site linked, but do not have your journal listed in the links section.
    I thought I did!
    Will fix that soon!!

    Comment by macroartinnature | January 26, 2009

  11. Hi Michael,

    I thought you did as well – thanks for catching that and adding a link, I appreciate it!

    Ron

    Comment by Ron Niebrugge | January 26, 2009

  12. Wow Michael. I think this has to be one of your classics. I don’t have a clue how you pulled this one off and that is I what I like about it!

    Comment by Richard Wong | January 27, 2009

  13. VERY cool! You should paint again …

    Comment by joey | February 10, 2009

  14. wow your art work is definetly as stunning as your photography. I know what its like to get so lustfully in love with photography that everything else goes to the side, to be gazed at and yet know that someday……

    Comment by CheyAnne Sexton | February 17, 2009

  15. Estimado Sr Michel Brown.Antes que nada reciba mis felicitaciones por la calidad del trabajo presentado.Desde hace ya mucho tiempo vengo abordando similares inquietudes visuales y, por supuesto comparto su mirada.Es curioso como quienes hemos aprendido a respetar y amar la naturaleza, comprendemos como pocos, lo que significa estar vivos. Es muy posible que usted y yo, no podamos cambiar el mundo; pero si de algo estoy seguro; es que podemos hacer que se vea cada vez más bello. Suyo: R.A(Fotógrafo free-lance.Rca del Paraguay)

    Comment by Ruben Ricardo Arteaga | June 18, 2009

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