With so much ugliness going on here on the planet right now, I choose to focus on what I love about living here. I love to hike in nature. That is why I chose to become a nature photographer. This spring I hiked in Rockville, Ca. where I came across an old oak grove. It was spring and the wildflowers were in bloom and everything was deep green. As Spring turned quickly into summer the lavender began blooming and I was allowed to go on a local lavender farm to photograph the lavender blossoms. The bees were happily buzzing around the garden. Even though the bees are endangered due to heavy use of pesticides, here at Harmes Lavender farm they are happy and healthy. The farm does bio-dynamic and organic farming. It is more work for them but the outcome is a healthy environment and a top grade of lavender. I aslo went to the Russian River to visit a rose garden. Roses are my favorite flower. Every home I live in must have roses. So I am focusing on the beauty of nature and the good health of our environment and this is what I wish to expand on the planet. What are you focusing on? What do you want more of in the world? Enjoy!
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by Margot Carrera
Specialties: Nature Photography, Living Art, Digital Art and Design, Healing Arts, Feng Shui. Margot Sherry Bogdanow-Carrera’s lifelong dedication to nature photography, her preferred art form for portraying this Earth, the planet unto which we are born and bound to preserve, is evident throughout her website: www.CarreraFineArt.com. Nature, in return, provides us with everything necessary for the spiritual journey we take while we remain on Earth. Too many of us, preoccupied with our daily struggle to survive, have lost sight of that promise, forgetting that if we had cared for Earth, there would be no struggle. Margot Carrera’s avowed insightful and artistic intent is to remind humankind of their connection to and with Nature, to remember that every one of us are – or should be – devoted stewards of this Earth. One can readily observe her special bond with every object she photographs and how this inspires each memorable image. “When you look at my website,” says Carrera, “you will discover at least one singular image that speaks directly to you and helps you to recall your own beautiful connection to Earth."