Recent Blog Posts By: David Thrift
Driving Nature Magazine is my upcoming self published photo magazine featuring my photography, also known as a zine. It will cover subjects of traffic, nature, people, and art. Here is a sneak peek photo I took on Monday, March 20th 2017 of a fisherman on Lake Harding that will appear in one of the future issues. First issue is planned to be put out on January 1st, 2018.
View of the island at Long Bridge on Lake Harding in Lee County, AL. Taken on Sunday, March 19th, 2017 at around 7 p.m.
Something I’ve gotten into recently – Prisma digital art. I like turning erotic photos into digital paintings. I just like the effects, and I like my erotic art. To view my own original art please visit my shop on zazzle.
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Monthly Archives: November 2016
Hi everyone!! I know it’s been awhile since I posted on my blog or in my social media. So here’s a quick post to share a sneak peek at a photo that will be going in the new ebook I’ve been working on. I have finally (I think) settled on a name for the ebook and I’m going to title it “The Cloud Collector”, due to my obsession with photographing clouds. I am in process of editing the final set of photos so I hope to get this ebook online before the end of December this year.
To stay up to date on it’s release (it will be a free download) please follow my blog, or connect to my facebook page at facebook.com/backwaterlakelife (please). Also if you haven’t done so already, please go view/download (for free) my other ebook titled “Lifecam” that I put out in October this year. It’s available at https://issuu.com/dtpiixart/docs/lifecam_0001_2016-10-04-tu_bartrams and is full of lifecam photos that were taken during a hike I took at Bartram’s Trail in Tuskegee, AL in October this year. Thank you as always for viewing my post and for supporting my work. Continue reading
Although it’s no secret by now I love watching clouds, I thought I would start posting some cloud gazing photos on my blog. I almost considered starting a seperate blog but I decided against it because cloud gazing is a part of my photographic interest and so it makes total sense to post my cloud gazing pictures here. I usually take several cloud photos almost every day however since my facebook page is automatically updated every day, I will only post one cloud gazing picture a day. The rest will be kept for publishing in my ebooks.
So for fellow cloud gazing friends out there here is my cloud gazing photo for today. The view is from my back yard. Continue reading