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Freedom Tower and the Tribute In Light – last year – September 11, 2013.

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  • Michael CriswellSeptember 15, 2014 - 5:27 pm

    Wow Mark, I love this one, nice work. I will see you soon!ReplyCancel

  • […] Freedom Tower and the Tribute In Light – as another anniversary on what has to be the worst terror attack in human history comes and goes, Mark Garbowski shares a shot he captured in previous years that features a tribute to those who were lost in a display of light.  This is a highly profound piece, one with deeper meaning that is found by those who spend time with the frame. […]ReplyCancel

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Medium format film shot taken from the High Line in early summer.

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Something a little different today: The combination of pride and humility is strange but good. I’m feeling both as one of my images was chosen to be a part of the Third Edition of the Plus One Collection. This is a photography book — built upon the community created at G+ —  that will feature roughly 285 photos chosen from more than 800 submissions. Net proceeds after printing expenses will go to the Saving Eliza campaign. Eliza O’Neill is a happy 4-year-old who, because of a degenerative genetic disease called Sanfilippo syndrome, may not live into her teens without necessary and expensive treatment.

I submitted for the first two collections and this is the first time I was chosen. I do not submit to many contests or publications so it is meaningful to be accepted when I do.

Details on contributing and/or buying the book and/or poster are here.

See also: www.plusonecollection.com

 

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Dead Horse Point Colorado River View

 

Finishing out this abbreviated week of images from last year’s nXnw trip to the parks around Moab, Utah, here is another of Dead Horse State Park, featuring a pretty clear and direct view of the Colorado River. Most of the views from the top of the point cannot see the water because the canyon is so deep and steep, but there were a few vantage points like this.

Happy weekend everyone.

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  • LensScaperSeptember 9, 2014 - 3:07 am

    What an awesome picture. It looks like you found the perfect viewpoint to capture the river either side of the point and also that curving track at the foot of the image.ReplyCancel

  • Toad Hollow PhotographySeptember 9, 2014 - 7:15 pm

    This is an absolutely breathtaking shot, Mark! Love the colors and the layers at work here, well seen and well captured my friend!ReplyCancel

  • […] Dead Horse Point Colorado River View – this breathtaking piece comes to us from the studio of Mark Garbowski.  Mark’s trip to the area in Utah of last year found him coming across this dramatic landscape that features the Colorado river meandering through canyons carved over the course of eons, revealing layers of color and detail that can only be found in nature. […]ReplyCancel

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