The Divide

Many of you are already familiar with Joe’s beautiful photography, and some of you know of his incredible spirit of generosity.

His passion for photography moved him to create Monochromia and allowed the crew of photographers and photo nuts to embark on a wonderful adventure.  He is generous with his time as he teaches less experienced photographers new techniques (please see his blog for his “You Asked For It” series).  He shares each and every Monochromia post on our FB page.  He reblogs every Monochromia post on his own blog The Visual Chronicle.  He has helped me to learn the basics of lightroom (and helped me with so many other things), and he and his wife have become my friends.

PLUS I just love this image!
Here’s to you, Joe, with a big ol Southwest Virginia THANK YOU!!

Monochromia

Divide

Nikon D610 and Nikkor 180mm f/2.8 IF-ED AF-D lens – 1/160 @ f/4 – ISO 800

“The boundaries which divide Life from Death are at best shadowy and vague. Who shall say where the one ends, and where the other begins?”

Edgar Allen Poe

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20 thoughts on “The Divide

  1. Thank you so much for reblogging this post and your kind words Laurie 🙂 You are also very generous with your time as evidenced by your very full schedule, and I really am grateful to have you as a friend as well as part of the Monochromia team. Your enthusiasm for this thing we call photography is contagious which drives me even further. Thank you 🙂

  2. Such kind words Laurie! 🙂 I agree with everything you say, Joe is a wonderful person, a fantastic photographer, and a really great friend. I admire his enthusiasm and energy. 🙂 And this photo is fantastic!

  3. Just awesome guys. I think I see the parallel to this image and an anniversary we are lucky to recognize with you LB. While Mr Poe points to the inevitable in such a eloquent way, I am glad to have you with us, lacing up those well worn boots of yours to show us how to overcome, in the most badass way possible. You’ve come so far and there’s many winding roads ahead for you too.

    Joe, thanks for all your generosity in spirit and talent. You’re a true friend. wok

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