Description 50% of my profits from sales of this photograph on Imagekind will be contributed to the fight against Cancer.This group of buildings was crafted into a cliff face over 1,000 years ago. Visitors must climb over the cliff and through narrow tunnels, security features created by the builders. The sturdy, 32 foot, entrance ladder is made from pine trunks.My photograph of Balcony House features ruins to rooms on a plaza. Also shown are edges of two kivas (circular ceremonial chambers) built into the plaza floor. I am standing in a plaza, next to the cliff.Behind me (not visible) is a narrow security tunnel used by the ancient builds to control access. Today, visitors crawl through the narrow tunnel to exit the site.There are 40 rooms in Balcony House.
Michael Stephen Wills, Ithaca, New York Member Since February 2008 Artist Statement My photographic style centers on the use of natural light to visualize emotion and evoke memory. The evolution of my style began early in the year 2002, with an imperative to capture personal and fleeting memories.
My son and I traveled to New York City, to view the first Saint Patrick's Day parade after September 11, 2001. My work from that parade was so successful and satisfying (see "New York Fire Department, Saint Patrick's Day 2002") I just never stopped.
In the years since, I have discovered creation techniques similar to an artist painting on canvas. For example: view my Fine Art print "Cochise Dawn". It is from a 64 megapixel image. This means the closer you gaze, the more detail and surprises are revealed.
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