an evolution of images
by Glenn Springer
About the Book
To get from where you were to where you are, you either need to follow a path or you need to leave a trail behind. The former implies that someone has gone before and you are following them, the latter that you are blazing your own way. Unless you are a denizen in a colony of ants, life is a mixture of the two. So is one’s creative development.
This is where my photography has taken me, and there are some hints of where it's going to go next.
Most of this book comprises images made outdoors in Northern Ontario; landscapes, action images and fine digital art. But there are surprises waiting for you too!
I'm Glenn Springer and I live about 200km Northeast of Toronto, Canada. I have a house on 12-Mile Lake just North of Minden in the Haliburton Highlands where I spend as much of my time as I can! I'm a former motorcyclist, now I'm mainly into photography. I'm divorced and I have two great kids, both married, and parents themselves! Over my 69 years, I've become reasonably adept at a wide variety of other activities ranging from racquetball to competitive pistol shooting and hunting and fishing. My company sells First Aid kits and supplies and I write a regular column for the Minden Times/Haliburton Echo family of newspapers, as well as reporting and fulfilling photojournalism assignments for them. I'm president of the Haliburton Highlands Camera Club, and I'm an accredited photography judge. I'm a cancer survivor and I'm looking forward to many more years shooting pictures, teaching and enjoying life! Check out my blog at www.faczen.blogspot.com for new photos and adventures.