HDR photography involves multiple shots at different exposures combined into one image so the viewer can see more of what's there. HDR photography involves multiple shots at different exposures combined into one image so the viewer can see more of what’s there.

 

 

Nature and Spirit: The Photographic Galleries of Alan Briskin

Gallery #4
Myth & Archetype

 

 

 

In ancient times, the gods marched in procession to the rim of heaven and there nourished themselves by gazing into a formless, colorless void, an ocean of darkness.  Here resided the “arche” or original cause of universal patterns that included justice, beauty, compassion, heroism, and loyalty.  All that is manifest in the material world today emerges from these ancient cosmic patterns.  When we witness archetypal images we are once again renewing our bond with source, and like the gods, finding ourselves rekindled.

 

See Alan’s Myth & Archetype Gallery

 

 

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“In each new turn was a surprise, a wonder, a beautiful error, an opening to spectacular beauty and a panorama of glowing images.” ~ Alan Briskin

 

Welcome to the words and images of Alan Briskin.  Each week for twelve weeks, you will be refreshed by a new gallery of images reflecting the artist’s take on themes of nature, spirituality, animals, still objects and much more.

 

 





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