On a cold spring morning in early March, while traversing through my woods I stumbled upon this scene. The sun hit the water just right to bring out this complex, beautiful reflected image. The photo was included in my last batch of shots to complete my senior show. As I kept photographing over several months, my images became more complex. This is my most complex image yet and my favorite. “Fractured” illustrates the whole concept of my show: to make people notice the unseen complexity of nature and how important it is to preserve it.
This photo concludes my senior art show photographs taken in the Piedmont region. Watch for more of my photographs coming soon.
Cassandra Brown is a local photographer who, over the past few weeks, as posted samples of her photography from her recent senior art show thesis exhibit at Bridgewater College. The exhibit ran from April 30 to May 12, 2012. Cassandra was inspired to focus on the reflections of trees in rivers and creeks around the Harrisonburg and Piedmont area. To see her introductory blog post, click here.