I made a reproduction image in my studio of this elegant textile know as a Lamba from Madagascar.
It has been donated to the Lemur Conservation Foundation in Myakka City, Florida
Saule Iskakova, History teacher in Kegen, Kazakhstan.
When I saw Saule in the town square , I walked over and said “You have a lovely face. May I take your picture?” She said, yes, but one moment: she retrieved her passport containing her photograph as a young woman. “See, she said, ‘I used to be a pretty.’ I responded. “You’re right, and now you are beautiful..”
After decades of photographing people in the places where they live, now I am photographing people in the place where I live Sarasota, Florida.
Contact me at my Studio to schedule a portrait session. 917.675.0640 WayneEastep@Gmail.com
Portrait of Kazakh history teacher in Kegen, Kazakhstan.
Happy winter solstice. The long days of darkness have passed. Now each day will bring more light and in time new life; grapes for wine, fresh arugula for salads, wheat for bread, raspberries for dessert…..
I turn to nature and celebrate the life and abundance that the light gives us. I hope to use each day to cultivate love, harmony, and beauty.
Winter Solstice brings light and life.
Link to Sarasota Herald-Tribune article
Studio portrait by photographer Wayne Eastep. Featured in Sarasota Herald-Tribune, Entertainment & Life by Marty Fugate / correspondent.
Photographer Wayne Eastep installing prints for the collection “The Living Seas” at Eastep Photography Gallery.
The exhibit of images will be on display December 22nd 11 am to 4 pm at 1338 Central Avenue Sarasota, Florida 34236.
The images are being offered to lift our spirits after the depressing experience with “red tide” along the coast of Sarasota in recent months. These beautiful underwater images were photographed in the Carribean, the Florida Keys and the Gulf of Mexico. They show what a healthy marine environment looks like.
Underwater photographs on display at Eastep Photography Gallery December 22nd, 1338 Central Avenue, Sarasota Florida 34236
Ancestral Puebloans built Spruce Tree House around A.D. 1200. It was re-discovered in 1888, and is the third largest cliff dwelling in Mesa Verde National Park. This Cliff Dwelling housed somewhere around 60 to 80 people. This is a view from inside one of the 8 Kivas found at Spruce Tree House. Kivas are subterranean structures that were most likely used for spiritual ceremonies.
This image is one of 12 prints in the collection “Art Within Architecture” on exhibit at Eastep Photography Gallery, 1338 Central Avenue, Sarasota, Florida, 34234. The prints can be viewed on Saturday, September 29, 2018, between 11 am and 4 pm. The Gallery is also open by appointment. Call 917.675.0640 or write WayneEastep@Gmail.com
For print sizes and print contact WayneEastep@Gmail.com