Aliso Beach Pier, Orange County, CA, Removed 1999
In 2008, I began photographing wildlife and showing more of the environment in which it lived. This evolved into images in which classic landscape composition was combined with wildlife photography. I called these "Living Landscapes".
It soon became apparent that such images were hard to achieve as animals rarely match up with beautiful sweeping landscapes. Consequently, I broadened the concept to include intimate landscapes along with "grand" landscapes, and also included people and even domesticated animals along with wildlife to round out my definition of Living Landscapes. Such compositions are also referred to as "populated" landscapes.
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