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6.50" x 10.00"
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The Steps I Did Not Climb Framed Print
by Kathy McClure
The Steps I Did Not Climb by Kathy McClure - 6.5" x 10"
Luster Photo Paper
CRQ13 - Black Wood (CRQ13)
1/8" Clear Acrylic - Foam Core Mounting
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Inventory #v2A5217-E2E2. These were the ancient steps in Yaxchilan that led to the temple and other buildings on the upper level. The steps were... more
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Inventory #v2A5217-E2E2. These were the ancient steps in Yaxchilan that led to the temple and other buildings on the upper level. The steps were disintegrating, and tree roots clung to them. Although I really wanted to see the building that was there, I chose to not climb these steps. (Mostly because I would also have had to come DOWN them!) It was quite dark on the upper portion of the steps. I have lightened those shadows a bit so that they are more visible.
About Kathy McClure
A photographer since the age of 8 when I received my first camera as a gift from my grandmother, I learned the art of photography by studying such current great artists as George Lepp, Dewitt Jones and Art Wolfe. My inspiration is God's beautiful creation, and I attempt to record it faithfully, shooting landscapes, flowers, animals, and anything that captures my fancy. I shot film until 2012 when I purchased my first pro digital camera. Now I do both, and do all of the creation in the camera before the snap. If the image isn't good enough to print as taken, it is discarded instead of being "improved" through Photoshop. I have my own darkroom and love making my own prints from negatives. One of my favorite techniques is to hand paint...