Archive for January, 2009

Traces of Deer on Little North Mountain Part 1

Cyndi Gusler – Artist

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Cyndi Gusler, my colleague in the Visual and Communication Arts department at EMU, makes hybrid objects that explore the intersection between the natural world and consumer culture. Here are a few sculpture examples I photographed for her recently.

View a slide show of Cyndi’s recent work or visit her web site.

Sunset Over Battle Bluff Ln – January 28, 2009

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Sunset over Dandy Ave.

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In one of Broadway’s newest subdivisions, the sidewalks skirt cul-de-sacs that perch at field’s edge.

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Hiking – Hunkerson Gap, George Washington National Forest

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I wonder who made this fort in the forest?

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River Relics

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Frosty Chair, Frosty Leaf

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Icy shore

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I’m fascinated by the transition from solid to liquid that happens at the icy boundaries of the river.

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Formation

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Cooking with the Red Pot

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After spending time in the cold, I love returning to this.

The River in Red

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Sunset illuminates the ice on the Shenandoah River, North Fork

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Canada Geese at Sunset

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Reflections in the River – January 21

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Maggie and the Ice

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By the Shenandoah River, North Fork

Stretch Marks on the River

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Stretch marks form as the ice slowly changes states