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Lost in Newfoundland

Lost in Newfoundland

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Lost in Newfoundland

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74 pagine
9 minuti
Pubblicato:
Jun 15, 2020
ISBN:
9781550818222
Formato:
Libro

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Lost in Newfoundland is an artistic compendium of Newfoundland’s visual wonders—its seascapes, landscapes, cityscapes, and natural inhabitants. This is a fine-art homage to an island where, as Michael Winsor himself suggests, “Every cove, inlet, tickle, island, bay, peninsula, point, or arm is more beautiful than the next.”
Pubblicato:
Jun 15, 2020
ISBN:
9781550818222
Formato:
Libro

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MICHAEL WINSOR is the leading landscape photographer in Newfoundland. His images have been exhibited across Canada, and his award-winning photograph of the Ferryland iceberg was selected to represent the province on an international postage stamp by Canada Post. Winsor is the founder and owner of Newfoundland Photo Tours, and he lives in St. John’s.

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Lost in Newfoundland - Michael Winsor

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I’ve often found myself lost in Newfoundland. Not literally lost in the sense of being unable to find my way, but lost in the grandeur of a sweeping seascape or the rugged magnificence of a landscape. Lost in the hypnotic stare of a red fox or in the sheer power of a humpback whale breaching in the North Atlantic. I’ve looked through a camera lens and been lost in a quality of light that only seems to occur here, in this place. And that feeling has become my true passion, to capture the beauty of the place I love and share it with the rest of the world.

Growing up on Pool’s Island, in Bonavista Bay, like most people raised in outport Newfoundland, I had the pleasure of exploring the world around me because there was so much freedom in that life. There were no mobile devices or social-media apps, so I spent my time exploring the rocks and catching fish down by the water. It was always something special to go fishing with my grandfather, even that one time a lobster pinched my toe. Winter trips into the backcountry for firewood meant difficult work for a boy, but those trips always provided a cook-up and the best cup of tea one could ask for. My father always said those spruce needles and tree twigs

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