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Chromatic Awards 2023
Lynne won Honorable Mention in international Wildlife photography category (amateur)
December 2023: Lynne to have a book of her poetry published by a London Press.
More to come!
November 2023: I made a short comedy video to hopefully bring some smiles:
Maybe more short videos to come
Lynne to be at Barnes & Noble bookstore in Reno, Nevada, on November 4th from 1-4 PM.
She will have poetry books and children picture books that she can sign.
A thank you to Kurt Moore, store manager, for setting this up!
Kurt's support and the Barnes & Noble bookstore/workers are much appreciated!
International Photography Awards 2023
Lynne's photograph won "Honorable Mention" in the Nature/Flower non-professional category
Lynne will be doing a poetry book signing at Barnes & Noble bookstore in Reno, Nevada.
Date and time to be announced. A big thank you to Barnes & Noble for this generosity!
Excited to learn that another sunflower photo is an
"Official Selection" in the 2023 International Photography Awards!
13-minute podcast interview with Middle Creek Publisher
--Two of Lynne's nature photographs published with Tiny Seed Literary Journal
April 2023--Lynne will be putting some of her photographs on the website store. Primarily wildlife.
A work in progress.
Lynne's new full-length poetry collection (published by Resource Publications, an imprint of Wipf and Stock Publishers) is available from online book retailers for $11!
--Two of Lynne's photos were chosen as the Nature Conservancy judges' "Favorites" in the climate category and the plant/fungi category in the 2022 International Photography Contest of over 100,000 entries. Didn't make the final winners list, but Lynne will have another nature photograph coming out in a journal in October and later in a book anthology.
The two photos below are from the Nature Conservancy Contest:
I sank my feet into mud,
walked closer to the falls I’d come for.
Knee-high in water, I stopped to listen.
I’d come to see the river
spill over along the rocks and run hard
down its vertical moss face with a sound
that I would want to remember.
Between these parted cliffs
granite holds sky and earth.
I am no one here.
But the rock retains heat
and the fish stay cool.
Pools of years gather
into depths not known.
The water remains reliable,
inviting as I enter. Its breath,
The water I can taste now
as it touches. I sink into oblivion.
Overflow is everywhere.