Posted in Creative Visions, Dreams, Landscapes, Muskoka, ontario, People In Nature, tagged cinematography, creative visions, documentary, dreams, kyle mcdougall, muskoka, short film, terry gill, the ebb and the flow on September 28, 2014 |
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An Intimate View of Muskoka’s Rosseau River
A couple of days ago friend and colleague Kyle McDougall posted a very inspiring short film on his blog. Kyle is a very talented photographer, filmmaker, and cinematographer. The film is centered around landscape painter Terry Gill, who creates very impressive works of art in a unique style. Please do follow this link to Kyle’s blog post and scroll down to the video, click the white triangle to hear Terry’s message. I think you will be glad you did 🙂
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As photographers, I find it interesting that we have arrived here from many different walks of life. While I have always been fascinated with nature, initially I wanted to be a singer/songwriter. I would spend countless hours composing songs and recording demos. I would travel to Nashville, Tennessee on numerous occasions while chasing my dream and was pleased to meet three fine songwriters; Townes van Zandt, Guy Clark and Steve Earle in the process. A fellow songwriter from those days, Stacey Earle, regularly performs around North America and Europe and has produced several inspirational albums.
Eventually, I decided to shift gears in pursuit of photographing all that inspires me in nature. The photographs (adjusted with Nik Software plugins) in this post are of my 1970’s Gibson J200 that was purchased from Gruhn Guitars in Nashville. Anyone interested in great vintage instruments should check out Gruhn Guitars
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