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While wind is invisible, we frequently hear, feel, and see its effects. The gentle breeze that creates the soothing sound of rustling leaves on a warm evening or strong gusts of wind that make snowflakes swirl in a blizzard, for example. I especially love to feel a cooling breeze on my skin on a hot summer day. Watching how the wind interacts with various forms of plant life, I am reminded of dancing. This book includes selected images from my "Wind Dancing" series, which captures visual motion to communicate a mood of joyous abandon, to complement an original poem.


About the Author

Cheryl Rau
Cheryl Rau is a fine art photographer, poet, and storyteller. Her visual art has appeared in regional, national, and international juried group exhibitions. Prior to her marvelous mid-life awakening (during which she discovered that she was an artist), Cheryl held professional positions in marketing/communications, event management, and training. Her career spans a broad range of environments including manufacturing, government contractor, small business, and nonprofit organizations. Cheryl is a graduate of the photography program at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies (Portland, ME). She earned a bachelor of arts in Journalism & Communications from Point Park College (Pittsburgh, PA). Originally from Pennsylvania, Cheryl lived in the Washington, DC area for 15 years prior to relocating to the Maine coast.

Publish Date  April 13, 2013

Dimensions  Small Square  28 pgs Premium Paper, lustre finish

Category  Fine Art Photography

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