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Rialto Beach Pebbles by Carolyn Derstine
Kalaloch Tree of Life by Carolyn Derstine
Ruby Beach Sea Stacks by Carolyn Derstine
Fog and Wildflowers at Mount St Helens by Carolyn Derstine
Lake Crescent Serenity by Carolyn Derstine
Singer Tavern Cottages at Lake Crescent by Carolyn Derstine
Sparkling Lake Crescent by Carolyn Derstine
Big Sur Coast by Carolyn Derstine
Wildflowers on Mount St Helens by Carolyn Derstine
Trillium Lake and Mt Hood by Carolyn Derstine
Rows of Lavender by Carolyn Derstine
Crater Lake in Oregon by Carolyn Derstine
Sequim Lavender Farm by Carolyn Derstine
McArthur Burney Falls by Carolyn Derstine
Mount Shasta from Lake Siskiyou by Carolyn Derstine
Chalk Art at Mission Santa Barbara by Carolyn Derstine
Lake Tahoe by Carolyn Derstine
Zephyr Cove at Lake Tahoe by Carolyn Derstine
Sand Harbor at Lake Tahoe by Carolyn Derstine
Abandoned at Bodie by Carolyn Derstine
South Tufa Area of Mono Lake by Carolyn Derstine
Mono Lake Sunset by Carolyn Derstine
Yosemite Falls through the Woods by Carolyn Derstine
Yosemite Valley Chapel by Carolyn Derstine
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About Carolyn Derstine
Nature has always played a significant role in my life. On walks with my dad when I was a child, I was taught to notice the world around me and appreciate the wonder of nature and all of God's creation. To this day, being out in nature is balm for my soul and necessary for my well-being. When I took up photography, I suddenly had a way to express my joy in nature by preserving the wonder I see, and then being able to share it with others.
While I initially did nature and especially macro (close-up) photography, my interests have expanded into photography from travels, scenes of local interest, historic buildings, and basically any interesting image I happen to come across!
Since I have taken up photography, my enjoyment of the world around me is heightened and I am always noticing potential pictures no matter where I am. The whole photography process is intensively and creatively fulfilling for me, from the search for pictures to the final, ready-for-print, edit of an image. I do like to experiment with various editing processes, but mostly I try to stay true to the feel of the original scene as it came across to me. I am also greatly enriched by what I learn from researching the story behind my photographed subjects and places.
I have had several pictures published in Outdoor Photographer Magazine and National Wildlife Magazine, and have won numerous contests. I also was a moderator on the Nature Photographers Network for several years. But for me, my greatest reward, hope, and goal is that through my pictures, I can impart to the viewer some of the wonder and beauty of this amazing world we live in. . .if we just stop to notice. :)