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Beth Riser

Beth is an intimate landscape photographer, meaning that her work is often what most people don't normally see in their surroundings. She captures the macro images or a landscape from a different point-of-view. Her photography is often from the beauty surrounding her at the moment. She is known for her images of snowflakes. It's fascinating little world among them, as they take on personified images of warriors and fallen; broken or proud; marching or waving a flag; athletes and stars; or even architecture - castles, bridges, arches, and buildings. Sometimes they are trees, and often they are just simply snowflakes. Her first inspiration of taking snowflake photographs came from William Bentley of Vermont, who took his first snowflake photograph in 1885. She uses an old macro lens that her father gave her when she was about the age of 14--pre-digital. She wears very warm winter clothing, really good snow boots, special gloves to deal with the cold and yet still be able to adjust her camera dials, and then capture the snowflakes in their environment as they land on earth. Years of experience with photography and macro lenses have led her to be able to capture this magical world.

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