Fawn Daze by Neal Maine.
A visitor asked: “When do the deer become elk?”
Raising awareness of what is found within walking distance of downtown Seaside.
THE NEXT FRONTIER, OUR OWN BACKYARD
“Humans: We take pictures, walks, deep breaths, memories, rides on waves, water, timber, in habitat that used to belong to other trail makers. We thought we could never catch all the salmon, never cut all the big trees, and never pollute the ocean. In our hubris, we thought we could make our own trails. With renewed humility, we are learning how to share this place, to live together with our partner trail makers. PacificLight Images celebrates this partnership as we use our images to inspire others to honor nature’s trails in OUR OWN BACKYARD.”–Seaside/Gearhart nature photographer Neal Maine.
Unless otherwise noted, images are presented as they were photographed. Slight adjustment by cropping, lightening or darkening may have been used, but the photo subject is presented as recorded in the Oregon coastal landscapes.” A Certificate of Authenticity is provided with each copyrighted and signed image. Available exclusively at Fairweather’s.
23″ x 17″ $295.
30″ x 22″ $495.
Fairweather’s proceeds benefit NCLC
“The success of this project is a guidepost and an example of what can happen when creative visions align and are offered support.” .
Save the date and time. Seaside First Saturday Art Walk. June 4th. At 6 p.m. naturalist Neal Maine will speak at Fairweather’s in addition to offering a show and tell of springtime images found “right outside in our own backyards along the coastal edge”.
Please visit http://www.fairweatherhouseandgallery.com/ artists/ Neal Maine for more images.