Description A black and white moody photograph of the Pentre Ifan Dolmen, near the village of Nevern, Dyfed, Wales. It is the most popular megalithic site in Wales. A splendid burial chamber with a huge capstone delicately poised on three uprights. Pentre Ifan means Ivan's Village and is also known as Arthurs' Quoit.
D. M. Hamments, Ocala, Florida Member Since October 2009 Artist Statement I try to bring the breadth of the world that I’ve seen to my camera. I’ve had a strong interest in photography since I got my first box camera at age 12, and even from that early age, I’ve always been inspired by nature and the environment. As a result, my primary focus is on landscapes, nature and wildlife, but I strive to present subjects in a way that might be a bit different from some other photographers: different angles, different lighting, different perspectives.
The images you’ll see here are a combination of photographs taken from my years as a professional photographer along with images that capture my fancy and inspire my eye today.