The sculptural tree relics of the boneyard contrast starkly against the life-giving blues of the sky, and still this place of turbulence is much more than a ghostly apparition. A diverse wildlife population flourishes nearby, including endangered species such as Loggerhead Sea Turtles, Wilson’s Plovers, and Least Terns. After spotting one of the rare Painted Buntings that inhabit this coastal area, I am reminded once again that life goes on. (DeTomi, 2011)
This Portfolio of my work is a labor of love. I’ve been fortunate to witness and capture the incredible landscapes and living things surrounded in natural beauty present in these photographs. This represents only a small collection of my total body of work, and I’ll be adding to it over time. It was difficult selecting the photographs—I chose the ones here because they are representative of my style and artistic vision.
Enjoy viewing the Portfolio, and click here to go to the Contact page if you’d like to get in touch with me.
You can also visit my photoblog, Impressions, for photography blended with creative writing, news, photography-related articles, events and more. I started this blog in 2011, and it’s still going strong!
Notes about the site:
Each gallery has an introductory phrase or quotation underscoring that collection of photographs.
Click on each image to see the full compressed version and go through the slide show.
The images on this site are compressed for web viewing; however, the full size versions can be sized and scaled to fit your interior design.
Image Vignettes features an image along with a brief introductory description or vignette about the image.
All writing and quotations on the site are authored and copyrighted by Susan DeTomi.
DeTomi, S (2011, October). The Boneyard. Retrieved February 5, 2016 from Impressions: Online blog: www.susandetomi.com