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Created 21-Sep-09
Modified 10-Feb-11
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“It is my intention to present - through the medium of photography - intuitive observations of the natural world which may have meaning to the spectators.”
~ Ansel Adams

Landscape comprises the visible features of an area of land, including physical elements such as landforms, living elements of flora and fauna, abstract elements like lighting and weather conditions, and human elements like human activity and the built environment. Etymology
The word landscape comes from the Dutch word landschap, from land (directly equivalent to the English word land) and the suffix -schap, corresponding to the English suffix "-ship".

Landscape, first recorded in 1598, was borrowed as a painters' term from Dutch during the 16th century, when Dutch artists were on the verge of becoming masters of the landscape art genre. The Dutch word landschap had earlier meant simply 'region, tract of land' but had acquired the artistic sense, which it brought over into English, of 'a picture depicting scenery on land'.

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Guestbook for Landscapes
Cece Olayinka(non-registered)
#161 - I like the composition in this one; fluffy white clouds with blue sky reflecting off the water. Nothing could be more natural than that. I believe this picturte shows exactly what God envsioned when he created heaven and earth. This is a great picture. Only someone with an eye for beauty could have captured it so perfectly. Good work!
Rachael Nolan(non-registered)
Words cannot express what I am feeling after looking at these photos. Keep doing what you do Tish and I'll keep watching.
Love it!(non-registered)
Yes Tishl! Love it. Don't stop. You have this gift down. The landscape series is awesome. This would sell! Image 6 is one of my favorites!

Marcia Jossie(non-registered)
I really enjoy most Landscape shots!
Marcia Jossie(non-registered)
WOW, these pictures are BREATH TAKING~~~~~ How much did you say you charge per print? I ca see some of these hanging up where I live!!!!!
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