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John Barclay
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I remember thinking how ugly power poles were in a pristine landscape. Then I realized they are part of the landscape and can add interest to the scene or in this case lead the eye into and through the frame. Once again, for me the clouds and cloud…
I remember thinking how ugly power poles were in a pristine landscape. Then I realized they are part of the landscape and can add interest to the scene or in this case lead the eye into and through…
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This is a tree that is part of an iconic shot from Steptoe Butte.  The clouds were calling me and I obliged.  I love the Palouse and look forward to leading another group next spring.  If you’re interested, I’ll be taking deposits shortly.  Remember click…
This is a tree that is part of an iconic shot from Steptoe Butte. The clouds were calling me and I obliged. I love the Palouse and look forward to leading another group next spring. If you’…
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One of my favorite props at the mill is this old tool caddy. I can picture a worker sitting on it rolling between the rows and rows of machines making sure all was working properly.  John Barclay Photography, Images that make your heart sing.
One of my favorite props at the mill is this old tool caddy. I can picture a worker sitting on it rolling between the rows and rows of machines making sure all was working properly. John Barclay P…
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Time for another installment of “Through their eyes.”  This time The Hideout Ranch through their eyes.  The following images are from those who attended this tour. I think you’ll agree, there is some amazing work here! Remember to click the link on their…
Time for another installment of “Through their eyes.” This time The Hideout Ranch through their eyes. The following images are from those who attended this tour. I think you’ll …
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One of my favorite places in The Great Smoky Mountains is the Foothills Parkway for sunrise. When our group arrived early at “the” spot we were greeted by 65 others who love this spot too! Unfortunately the fog was too thick this day. After a long wait,…
One of my favorite places in The Great Smoky Mountains is the Foothills Parkway for sunrise. When our group arrived early at “the” spot we were greeted by 65 others who love this spot t…
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  We all have challenges in our life and need something to remind us that all will be okay. Today I share an image made in Cape May a few years ago that gave me a moment of serenity and peace in my current challenge. How grateful I am for the community of…
We all have challenges in our life and need something to remind us that all will be okay. Today I share an image made in Cape May a few years ago that gave me a moment of serenity and peace …
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For me, rolling cloud shadows are what makes the Palouse exciting.  I mean, the whole of the Palouse is tremendous, but, when there is a blue sky,white puffy clouds and a bit of wind to move those clouds along, well, that gets my heart racing!  
For me, rolling cloud shadows are what makes the Palouse exciting. I mean, the whole of the Palouse is tremendous, but, when there is a blue sky,white puffy clouds and a bit of wind to move those …
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Yes, time for yet another “through their eyes” post. This time from the Smoky Mountains Tour.    Janice – I chose this photo because it feels like an unfinished quest of any Smokies tour; trying for the most moving shot of mossy rocks, gently  cascading…
Yes, time for yet another “through their eyes” post. This time from the Smoky Mountains Tour. Janice – I chose this photo because it feels like an unfinished quest of any …
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In one of my lectures, I speak about FUD which stands for fears, uncertainties and doubts. I first learned about the concept of FUD in a sales seminar 30 years ago. In that context, FUD applied to what a potential customer might be feeling about making…
In one of my lectures, I speak about FUD which stands for fears, uncertainties and doubts. I first learned about the concept of FUD in a sales seminar 30 years ago. In that context, FUD applied to …
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I believe this was my 12th trip to the Smoky Mountains. Some ask, “why go back so many times?”  My response is, I love the Smokies. It is one of my favorite east coast locations. The conditions are different each time I go. I bring photographic maturity…
I believe this was my 12th trip to the Smoky Mountains. Some ask, “why go back so many times?” My response is, I love the Smokies. It is one of my favorite east coast locations. The co…
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One of my favorite places to photograph on the east coast is The Great Smoky Mountains!  I adore the lush greens of early spring, the blossoms on the dogwood, the redbud trees blooming and the foggy mist in the morning. Dan and I have another great group…
One of my favorite places to photograph on the east coast is The Great Smoky Mountains! I adore the lush greens of early spring, the blossoms on the dogwood, the redbud trees blooming and the fogg…
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Once again, I’m having fun playing with older images that I’ve not spent enough time with. I don’t know about you, but, I find that I come back from a shoot, pick the “winners” or “keepers” and then move on to the next shoot leaving the last behind. And…
Once again, I’m having fun playing with older images that I’ve not spent enough time with. I don’t know about you, but, I find that I come back from a shoot, pick the “winne…
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